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Tero Kojo

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 6 Comments on Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up
Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop | Tags: , ,

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 is over. Two days of presentations and a lot of discussions during presentations, talk of Qt over coffee and lunch and in restaurants in the evening. A hundred people gathered to think where Qt is heading and where it now is. Oslo showed it’s best with warm and sunny weather. The […]

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Alex Blasche

Qt for Python 5.11 released

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 49 Comments on Qt for Python 5.11 released
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, Customers, Qt for Python

We are happy to announce the first official release of Qt for Python (Pyside2). As the version tag implies, it is based on Qt 5.11 and therefore the first release that supports the Qt 5 series. At large the project will follow the general Qt release schedule and versions. Although this is still a Technical […]

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Lars Knoll

Qt 5.11 released

Published Tuesday May 22nd, 2018 | 71 Comments on Qt 5.11 released
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, Customers | Tags:

Slightly ahead of our planned schedule, we have released Qt 5.11 today. As always, Qt 5.11 comes with quite a few new features as well as many bug fixes to existing functionality. Let’s have a look at some of the cool new features. Qt Core and Network A lot of work on small details has […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Code contributions via bug reports and forum posts

Published Wednesday May 16th, 2018 | 1 Comment on Code contributions via bug reports and forum posts
Posted in Contributors, Dev Loop, Licensing, Open Governance, Qt Project

Contribution of source code is now allowed via Qt systems such as bug reports and forums. Traditionally all source code contributions to the Qt Project are governed via Contribution License Agreement (CLA), except possibility given to the commercial license holders to provide bug fixes and similar small modifications that The Qt Company has pushed into Qt. […]

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Adrien Leravat

Qt Internationalization – Create Your UI Using Non-Latin Characters

Published Friday February 23rd, 2018 | 8 Comments on Qt Internationalization – Create Your UI Using Non-Latin Characters
Posted in Contributors, Dev Loop, Guest Blog, Internationalization

People, ideas and data are moving all around the world nowadays, and so are your applications! Developing a UI in one language only, regardless of the platform is not an option anymore. Now if you are lucky enough to be using Qt, this is achievable with little effort, even when dealing with non-latin characters and […]

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Carl Engh

The Qt Project and Google Summer of Code 2018

Published Thursday February 22nd, 2018 | Comments Off on The Qt Project and Google Summer of Code 2018
Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop, Events, Learning, News, Qt in Education

This year, for the first time, the Qt Project will be participating in the Google Summer of Code initiative. This is an awesome opportunity for students who are interested in or are already involved with Qt development, and who want to flip bits and not burgers during their summer break! What this means in practice is that by […]

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Carl Engh

Watch Live Streams from Qt World Summit 2017: Customer Keynotes from Amazon Lumberyard, Daimler, LG, Qualcomm and More

Published Tuesday October 10th, 2017 | 17 Comments on Watch Live Streams from Qt World Summit 2017: Customer Keynotes from Amazon Lumberyard, Daimler, LG, Qualcomm and More
Posted in Automation, Automotive, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, cross-platform, Customers, Events, Learning, Qt, Qt in use, Qt World Summit

We are showcasing Customer Use Cases Ranging from Automotive Clusters and IVIs to High-End cameras through to Gaming Tools and Cancer Research at the Largest Annual Event for the Qt Community and we are going to share it with you LIVE Watch the live streams here The Qt World Summit sold out this year and […]

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Bruno Abinader, Software Engineer, Mapbox

Customizable vector maps with the Mapbox Qt SDK

Published Tuesday October 4th, 2016 | 13 Comments on Customizable vector maps with the Mapbox Qt SDK
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Contributors, Embedded, Yocto

Mapbox is a mapping platform that makes it easy to integrate location into any mobile and online application. We are pleased to showcase the Mapbox Qt SDK as a target platform for our open source vector maps rendering engine. Our Qt SDK is a key component in Mapbox Drive, the first lane guidance map designed […]

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Tero Kojo

QtCon schedule and registration

Published Thursday July 14th, 2016 | Comments Off on QtCon schedule and registration
Posted in Contributors, Dev Loop, Events | Tags: ,

A small update on QtCon. The program for QtCon is now up on the QtCon site, and we have a huge number of interesting topics to discuss and learn about. As we have several different communities coming together the topics are various and everyone will find interesting content for every part of the event. If you […]

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