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Boot to Qt on Embedded Android and Linux – Technology Preview 2 Released

Published Thursday August 15th, 2013 | 7 Comments on Boot to Qt on Embedded Android and Linux – Technology Preview 2 Released
Posted in Embedded

We are happy to introduce the next iteration of our embedded adventure – Boot to Qt on embedded Linux and some really nice improvements on embedded Android. As mentioned in Gunnar’s blog post in May, Boot to Qt is the project under which we have been researching and developing an embedded offering for Qt Enterprise […]

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Introducing Boot to Qt – A Technology Preview

Published Tuesday May 21st, 2013 | 68 Comments on Introducing Boot to Qt – A Technology Preview
Posted in Embedded, Qt

For a few months now, we have been working on a new project under the codename Boot to Qt, and today we launch it as a technology preview. Boot to Qt is a commercial offering that provides a fully integrated solution for the creation of slick user interfaces on embedded devices. The offering includes: A light-weight […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Qt in World’s Fastest Electric Car

Published Friday May 17th, 2013 | 9 Comments on Qt in World’s Fastest Electric Car
Posted in Embedded, Qt in Education, Qt in use

Digia has supported Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in their electric car project called Electric Raceabout (E-RA). This cool research project has produced a street legal electric sports car, which not only has the World record on ice, but also runs Qt. Metropolia University, located in Helsinki, Finland, does extensive research on electric vehicles, one […]

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Katherine Barrios

Qt Showing off its Portability Power at Embedded World 2013

Published Wednesday February 27th, 2013 | 20 Comments on Qt Showing off its Portability Power at Embedded World 2013
Posted in Embedded, Events

It’s the second day of Embedded World 2013 and as the world of embedded system developers crowd the Nuremberg messe, the Qt team has dry mouth from talking to the hundred of visitors to our booth thus far and showing off the 10+ demos at the Qt stand, #4/520. It can be said that the […]

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Getting more out of Qt on Windows Embedded Compact 7 & ARM processors

Published Tuesday January 29th, 2013 | 12 Comments on Getting more out of Qt on Windows Embedded Compact 7 & ARM processors
Posted in Build system, Compilers, Embedded, Performance, Qt

At the moment most of the buzz is probably around Qt5, but it is good to remember that Qt4 is still alive. While we are working to increase platform coverage on Qt5, there are still some platforms that are officially supported by Digia only with the Qt4 codebase. One of those platforms is Windows Embedded […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Necessitas Android Port Contributed to the Qt Project

Published Thursday November 8th, 2012 | 49 Comments on Necessitas Android Port Contributed to the Qt Project
Posted in Embedded, Qt | Tags: , ,

Together with BogDan Vatra, the main author of the Qt for Android port called Necessitas, we have agreed that he will contribute his work into the Qt Project. This is great news and I am truly excited on the things we can do together in the Qt Project. The Qt 5 Android port will be […]

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Cross compiling Qt for the masses

Published Friday April 13th, 2012 | 13 Comments on Cross compiling Qt for the masses
Posted in Contributors, Embedded, Open Governance, Qt

Cross compiling Qt for particular devices/BSPs can be frustrating when operating from first principles and we are trying to improve the existing configure/qmake build infrastructure in Qt 5, as well as the associated documentation, in order to ease this burden. We are approaching the problem from 2 angles: General cross compilation support Direct target support […]

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Raspberry PI: A case study in deploying Qt apps to generic Linux devices

Published Thursday January 19th, 2012 | 13 Comments on Raspberry PI: A case study in deploying Qt apps to generic Linux devices
Posted in Embedded, Qt, Qt SDK, QtCreator

Overview This is an awfully dry post; dry due to the sheer logistic nature of it. This functionality exists and is quite straight forwards to stumble upon. This blog exists in order to draw your attention to it and hopefully minimize the stumble time. You have a device: 1) Running an ssh server 2) With […]

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Testing QtQuick 2 (Qt 5) on your n9/n950

Published Monday November 21st, 2011 | 5 Comments on Testing QtQuick 2 (Qt 5) on your n9/n950
Posted in Embedded, Lighthouse, Maemo, MeeGo, Multimedia, OpenGL, Qt, Qt Quick | Tags: , ,

QtQuick 2 promises superior performance, a new particle system and a host of new possibilities: http://doc.qt.nokia.com/qt5/qtquick2-whatsnew.html It is also quite ripe for testing if you are into that kind of thing. This is my personally recommended approach to testing QtQuick 2 on your n9(50) at this point in time and I have to stress that […]

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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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