Experimenting with Chromium™ and Qt

Published Tuesday June 25th, 2013 | 38 Comments on Experimenting with Chromium™ and Qt
Posted in Internet, Labs, Network, Qt Quick 2, Uncategorized

Chromium is the open source project that powers the Chrome browser. It is not only an HTML renderer, but it also comes with a complete implementation of the web platform – from the network stack up to the multimedia framework. Just like Qt, it is available on multiple desktop and mobile platforms. So what if […]

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Toplevel Windows and Menus with Qt Quick

Published Friday August 26th, 2011 | 57 Comments on Toplevel Windows and Menus with Qt Quick
Posted in Labs, Qt, Qt Quick

We have already been writing shiny Qt Quick applications for a while now. Thanks to the people working on Qt Quick Desktop Components, Qt Quick is no longer interesting only on mobile platforms. One of the fundamental things that was still missing, is the possibility to create a toplevel window directly inside a QML application. […]

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QML ShaderEffectItem on QGraphicsView

Published Tuesday May 3rd, 2011 | 10 Comments on QML ShaderEffectItem on QGraphicsView
Posted in Graphics View, Labs, OpenGL, Qt Quick

For those who don’t yet know what ShaderEffectItem is, please see: QML2 on top of the QML Scene Graph provides an awesome API for combining GL/GLES shader code with QML. The API consists of two new QML elements: ShaderEffectItem and ShaderEffectSource. With this API, it’s easy to create effects and animations that could not […]

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Frederik Gladhorn

Not yet Accessible

Published Friday April 1st, 2011 | 4 Comments on Not yet Accessible
Posted in Accessibility, KDE, Labs, Qt | Tags: ,

Lately I had the chance to research accessibility a bit. Qt supports high contrast color schemes and big fonts as they are set on the platform. Another aspect of accessibility are assistive technologies (AT). That means exposing what an application shows on screen so that an AT-client can interpret it differently. A screen reader can […]

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Qt people, our JavaScript platform is burning rubber

Published Thursday February 24th, 2011 | 31 Comments on Qt people, our JavaScript platform is burning rubber
Posted in Labs, Qt, Qt Script

We’re actively researching Google’s V8 JavaScript engine for use in Qt. For legal reasons, we had to take our work underground where it doesn’t belong. But now we’re back: For the moment, this is a full Qt clone. You can find more information about this project in the QtScript wiki. We’ve also created a […]

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Touching the X11

Published Wednesday December 15th, 2010 | 11 Comments on Touching the X11
Posted in C++, Labs, Qt

There was no easy way to make use of touch- input devices on Linux with Qt. Up until now. On a recent meeting with other people interested in getting touch (and here we are also talking about touch with multiple points) in Linux/X11 during the Developer Summit and Ubuntu Developer Summit (great events!), it […]

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Getting in touch with Qt Quick: Gestures and QML

Published Tuesday October 5th, 2010 | 9 Comments on Getting in touch with Qt Quick: Gestures and QML
Posted in Declarative UI, Labs, Qt Quick

We here in Qt development are pretty excited about the Qt 4.7.0 release. In particular, some of us have been focusing our enthusiasm on the Qt Quick framework. Gestures are a natural fit for the easy UI development the QML language enables. Currently however, there isn’t any gesture functionality exposed in the core declarative library. […]

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Labs reborn!

Published Wednesday September 15th, 2010 | 18 Comments on Labs reborn!
Posted in Labs, News

When we first started playing with the idea of a Qt Labs site, there were no resources available on the web team to conceptualize and implement it. So, since the developers wanted a Qt Labs site, we had to do it ourselves. The whole site was put together using various components (Mediawiki, WordPress and BBpress), […]

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