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Rainer Keller

Qt for Device Creation 5.10 Emulator update

Published Wednesday November 15th, 2017 | Leave a comment
Posted in Automation, Automotive, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Embedded, Qt, Releases | Tags:

The new Emulator 3.0 will address the need to simulate devices with multiple screens. For example, these are present in the dashboards in modern cars. Multi-screen support Modern cars have multiple screens on their dashboard. To ease development of applications utilizing multiple screen the emulator has a new multi-screen feature which allows you to emulate […]

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Lars König

Qt for Automation

Published Monday August 14th, 2017 | 1 Comment on Qt for Automation
Posted in Automation, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, cross-platform, effectiveness, efficiency, Embedded, Internet of Things, Network, Qt Bluetooth | Tags: , , , ,

Hi! As you probably know, our mission has always been to provide the frameworks and tools to help developers focus on what really matters: creating great applications. Today, Industry 4.0 and the IoT have introduced a whole new set of challenges: There will be more connected devices, which will generate more data, that in turn […]

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Introducing QtKnx, the smart home library that translates your wishes into KNX protocol.

Published Monday August 14th, 2017 | 8 Comments on Introducing QtKnx, the smart home library that translates your wishes into KNX protocol.
Posted in Automation, Embedded, Internet of Things, Network | Tags: , ,

QtKnx is the first major step to bring home automation at the finger tips of Qt users. Multi-platform, elegant, flexible and easy to write software for smart homes will now be possible. All it takes is the new QtKnx library, and the already existing functionalities of Qt. KNX is the European leader for smart home […]

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Stefan Larndorfer

QML vs. HTML5

Published Friday July 28th, 2017 | 16 Comments on QML vs. HTML5
Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, C++, cross-platform, Declarative UI, Design, effectiveness, efficiency, Embedded, Embedded World, framework, Guest Blog, HTML vs Qt, Internet of Things, OpenGL, Performance, QML 을 시작합시다., Qt, Qt Quick, Qt Quick 2, Qt Quick 2.0, Qt Quick Controls, UI

Guest post by Stefan Larndorfer at sequality Mobile devices have set the standard in terms of responsiveness and user-friendliness for HMIs across industries. Manufacturers of cars, medical equipment, industrial automation systems and consumer electronics now want to replicate this great user experience for their embedded devices. To find out which technology strategy we should select we […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Performance Improvements with Qt 5.9 LTS

Published Wednesday May 31st, 2017 | 10 Comments on Performance Improvements with Qt 5.9 LTS
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Boot time, Embedded, Graphics, Qt, Qt Quick, Releases

Qt 5.9 LTS improves Qt Quick and QML performance significantly, especially with Linux on ARM. We have worked hard to improve the performance in multiple areas: within the QML engine, Qt Quick graphics, QML Compiler and in the Qt Quick Controls, to name some examples. Performance has improved significantly across all areas, with some items […]

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Carl Engh

Multiple UI processes with Qt Wayland – A summary

Published Wednesday May 31st, 2017 | 8 Comments on Multiple UI processes with Qt Wayland – A summary
Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Embedded, UI, Wayland

Creating multi-process UIs is a requirement for a broad range of systems across many industries, and there are a variety of use cases available. Everything from fully leveraging your hardware in a digital automotive cockpit — unifying the user experience across all screens on a single SoC, through to separating out critical safety features in medical […]

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Kari Oikarinen

Device detection in Qt for Device Creation 5.9

Published Thursday May 25th, 2017 | 2 Comments on Device detection in Qt for Device Creation 5.9
Posted in Dev Loop, Embedded

Qt for Device Creation provides ready disk images for a variety of devices. When you flash it to a device, start enterprise Qt Creator and plug the device in via USB, it will be detected automatically. You are ready to run, debug and profile your applications right on the device. From a user’s point of […]

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Sean Harmer, KDAB [Qt Service Partner]

What’s new in Qt 3D with Qt 5.9?

Published Wednesday May 24th, 2017 | 7 Comments on What’s new in Qt 3D with Qt 5.9?
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Declarative UI, Design, Embedded, Graphics, Guest Blog, Qt 3D, Uncategorized

I am pleased to announce that there are lots of new goodies coming along with Qt 3D as part of the Qt 5.9.0 release as well as the usual round of bug fixes. Engineers from KDAB and The Qt Company have been hard at work over the last months (and will be for some time […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Functional Safety with the Qt Safe Renderer

Published Monday May 22nd, 2017 | Comments Off on Functional Safety with the Qt Safe Renderer
Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Embedded, Graphics, RTOS

I am pleased to announce a new approach for inclusion of functional safety critical user interface elements in Qt based systems. The new Qt Safe Renderer makes it easy to create safety critical systems that also have a rich graphical user interface. Industries such as automotive, medical and industrial automation, where Qt is the leading UI framework, can […]

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Laszlo Agocs

Qt from git on the Tinkerboard (with Wayland)

Published Wednesday May 3rd, 2017 | 6 Comments on Qt from git on the Tinkerboard (with Wayland)
Posted in Dev Loop, Embedded, Graphics, OpenGL, QPA, Qt Quick

The Asus Tinkerboard is a nice little board for Embedded Linux (or Android, for that matter), based on the Rockchip RK3288 SoC including a quad-core ARM Cortex-A17 CPU and a Mali-T760 MP4 (T764) GPU. Besides being quite powerful, it has the advantage of being available locally in many countries, avoiding the need to import the […]

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