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Paul Olav Tvete

Porting guide from Qt 1.0 to 5.11

Published Thursday May 24th, 2018 | 8 Comments on Porting guide from Qt 1.0 to 5.11
Posted in C++, Dev Loop, Qt, Qt history, Tutorial, upgrading | Tags: ,

Now that Qt 5.11 is released, it is finally time to upgrade the last Qt 1.0 applications out there… No, not really. 😉 I want to take a look at how well we have kept compatibility in Qt over the years since the first official release. Qt guarantees source and binary compatibility between minor releases, […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Qt for WebAssembly – check out the examples!

Published Tuesday May 22nd, 2018 | 13 Comments on Qt for WebAssembly – check out the examples!
Posted in cross-platform, Dev Loop | Tags: , , , ,

WebAssembly is now supported by all major web browsers as a binary format for allowing sand-boxed executable code in web pages that is nearly as fast as native machine code. Qt for WebAssembly makes it possible to run Qt applications on many web browsers without any download steps or special server requirements (other than serving the wasm […]

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Laszlo Agocs

Get Started with Qt 3D Studio 2.0 beta 1

Published Friday May 18th, 2018 | 12 Comments on Get Started with Qt 3D Studio 2.0 beta 1
Posted in Dev Loop, Qt 3D, Qt 3D Studio, Qt Quick

Now that the beta 1 release of Qt 3D Studio 2.0 is out, let’s go through the steps involved in trying it out for real. Pre-built runtime binaries As outlined in last year’s post, the runtime component of Qt 3D Studio has undergone significant changes. This means that the Viewer application that is launched whenever […]

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Maurice Kalinowski

Optimizing Device Communication with Qt MQTT

Published Wednesday May 16th, 2018 | 5 Comments on Optimizing Device Communication with Qt MQTT
Posted in Automation, Dev Loop, Embedded | Tags: , ,

Qt for Automation has been launched in conjunction with Qt 5.10 as an AddOn to Qt for Application Development or Qt for Device Creation. One module in that offering is our client-side solution for MQTT called Qt MQTT. Qt MQTT focusses on the client side, helping developers to create sensor devices and or gateways managing […]

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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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Frank Meerkötter

OPC UA support in Qt 5.11

Published Wednesday May 16th, 2018 | 4 Comments on OPC UA support in Qt 5.11
Posted in Automation, Dev Loop, Embedded | Tags: , ,

OPC UA is a central element of the Industry 4.0 story providing seamless communication between IT and industrial production systems. basysKom has initiated Qt OPC UA in 2015 with the goal of providing an out of the box Qt API for OPC UA. In 2017 basysKom, together with The Qt Company, has finished up a […]

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Tero Kojo

Calling all contributors!

Published Monday May 14th, 2018 | Comments Off on Calling all contributors!
Posted in Dev Loop

One month to go till Qt Contributors’ Summit in Oslo! The dates are June 11-12. If you haven’t yet, now is the time to register! There will be two intense days of discussions and work on the future of Qt. Anyone who has an interest and has in some way had an influence on the […]

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