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Port to Windows Runtime kick-started

Published Friday February 15th, 2013 | 25 Comments on Port to Windows Runtime kick-started
Posted in News, Qt, Windows

With Windows 8, Microsoft introduced a new platform, the Windows Runtime. On the desktop, the operating system provides 2 modes: Classic mode: This mode shows the familiar Windows desktop known from Windows 7 (with the exception of the start menu), in which traditional applications using the Win32 API run. No modifications are required for Qt 4 or Qt 5-based […]

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Qt – Gearing up for the Future

Published Tuesday November 20th, 2012 | 53 Comments on Qt – Gearing up for the Future
Posted in Events, News, Qt, Qt Developer Days, Roadmap

Now, a week after Qt Developer Days Berlin where Digia presented its strategy for Qt moving forward, I wanted to take a moment to recap a bit of what I presented. When Digia announced the Qt acquisition three months ago we asked everyone to revisit their perception of Qt. Digia’s targeted R&D investments will bring […]

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Qt 4.7.4 Release Bundle for Symbian News

Published Tuesday November 8th, 2011 | 25 Comments on Qt 4.7.4 Release Bundle for Symbian News
Posted in Multimedia, News, Qt, Qt Quick, Qt SDK, QtMobility, Releases, S60, Symbian

Today we are making available the Qt 4.7.4 release bundle for all Symbian^3, Symbian Anna, and Symbian Belle devices. The Qt SDK 1.1.4 update has the necessary Symbian Anna and Belle build targets available allowing application development for Qt 4.7.4. Nokia Store deployments are also possible. This is a big release for Qt developers. In this […]

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Lars Knoll

Launch of the Qt Project imminent…but not on Monday

Published Friday October 14th, 2011 | 7 Comments on Launch of the Qt Project imminent…but not on Monday
Posted in Contributors, News, Open Governance

Followers of the Qt Project will know we announced October 17 as our target launch date for the project. Unfortunately this date is no longer achievable, and we will be delayed by what we expect will be three to four days. A huge amount of hard work has been done, and we are down to […]

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Qt Contributors' Summit – update wk 22

Published Monday May 30th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt Contributors' Summit – update wk 22
Posted in News

Now that I am back from the MeeGo conference in San Fransisco, it feels even shorter: the summit is approaching fast – only 3 more weeks to go! Time to reveal some details on the current state of affairs. After closing registration, I now have some solid numbers. More than 250 attendees have registered leaving […]

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C++0x in Qt

Published Thursday May 26th, 2011 | 30 Comments on C++0x in Qt
Posted in C++, KDE, News, Qt

While many are so enthusiastic about QML and javascript technology, a few of us still code in C++ ;-). C++ is about to get an upgrade: C++11 (formely known as C++0x). The final draft was aproved last march in the C++ standard commitee, and the final specification is expected to be published this summer. If […]

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Technology Preview of Qt 4.8 now available for testing and feedback.

Published Tuesday May 24th, 2011 | 37 Comments on Technology Preview of Qt 4.8 now available for testing and feedback.
Posted in News, Qt | Tags: ,

I am very happy to announce the release of a Technology Preview of Qt 4.8 to the community for testing and feedback. Qt 4.8 will be a release containing a lot of quality and performance improvements that were carried out during the last 12 months, such as File System performance improvements. It also includes the […]

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