cross-platform

Lars Knoll

Qt 5.2 Released | The Best Qt Yet

Published Thursday December 12th, 2013 | 73 Comments on Qt 5.2 Released | The Best Qt Yet
Posted in Android, Announcements, cross-platform, desktop, Embedded, iOS, Mobile, Qt, Uncategorized

We’re proud to announce that Qt 5.2 is now available. With the release of Qt 5.1 in July, we showcased the Qt for Android and iOS ports and laid down the beginning of some heavy improvements we have now done on Qt’s graphics capabilities. In the last 6 months, we’ve worked very hard to finalize […]

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Cross-Platform Applications in iOS and Android Stores with Qt

Published Tuesday December 10th, 2013 | 3 Comments on Cross-Platform Applications in iOS and Android Stores with Qt
Posted in Android, cross-platform, desktop, iOS, Qt Quick 2, Styles

With Qt you can develop truly cross-platform applications that will work on desktop, embedded and mobile platforms. Qt 5.2 introduces full support for Android and iOS platforms and thus enables the creation of cross-platform mobile apps that are packaged and deployed to both Google Play and App Store from one code base. Instead of writing […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Anatomy of a Qt 5 for Android application

Published Tuesday July 23rd, 2013 | 41 Comments on Anatomy of a Qt 5 for Android application
Posted in Android, C++, cross-platform, integration, QPA, Qt, Qt in depth

To those of you who were at the Contributor’s Summit, I said that I would write a few more technical blogs about Qt 5 for Android in the near future. This first blog accompanies my session at the CS quite well, as it will give some insight into how the different pieces in the Qt […]

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Qt-project.org under Open Governance

Published Thursday April 18th, 2013 | 2 Comments on Qt-project.org under Open Governance
Posted in Background, Community, Contributors, cross-platform, Open Governance

Right before Qt Developer Days in Berlin, November 2012, we began discussing with the qt-project.org moderators how to bring rest of the Qt Project into Open Governance. This includes the content management system, forums, wikis and so on – everything run as a real community-driven project, as the Qt development itself has been run since […]

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Qt Installer Framework 1.3 released

Published Wednesday March 27th, 2013 | 26 Comments on Qt Installer Framework 1.3 released
Posted in Announcements, cross-platform, framework

Thus far, the Qt Installer Framework has been used to create Qt SDK Installers. You can now use it also to create installers for your own applications. This is why we decided to make a formal release for the first time as opposed to just tagging a Git version. Therefore we are offering binary downloads […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Qt Commercial SDK for Desktop and Embedded Development to be Released in December 2011

Published Thursday November 17th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial SDK for Desktop and Embedded Development to be Released in December 2011
Posted in cross-platform, desktop, efficiency, Embedded, Qt

With the Qt Commercial 4.8.0 release around the corner, we would like to mention that we are also preparing a new SDK in order to get the complete Qt Commercial development environment via a single installer. The new SDK contains Qt Commercial libraries, Qt Creator IDE and other useful tools, which can be conveniently installed […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Commercial Support Weekly #3 – Handling Subtle Problems

Published Monday November 14th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial Support Weekly #3 – Handling Subtle Problems
Posted in cross-platform, desktop

In support,  I see all kinds of different questions come up, we get the easy ones from time to time which are still nice to answer because it means that we are able to help someone quickly, which is good for the person asking the question.  Even though sometimes the question might be out of […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Commercial Support Weekly #1: How to Report Your Bugs

Published Monday October 31st, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Commercial Support Weekly #1: How to Report Your Bugs
Posted in cross-platform, desktop, effectiveness, efficiency, Qt

This is the first installment of "Qt Commercial Support Weekly" a weekly (surprise!) blog post by Andy Shaw (Head of Support) on interesting info on bugs, contributions, tips and tricks and everything else in the wonderful world of Qt Commercial Support. Stay tuned!   Authored by: Andy Shaw, Qt Commercial Support   Last week was […]

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Full Steam Ahead with Qt Commercial

Published Monday October 17th, 2011 | Comments Off on Full Steam Ahead with Qt Commercial
Posted in cross-platform, desktop, Embedded, framework, Qt

The transfer of the Qt Commercial licensing business from Nokia to Digia was completed successfully a bit over one month ago. At Digia, we have been hard at work getting everything in place to ensure continuity for Qt commercial customers. We have invested in setting up our R&D team, in order to build new functionality […]

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