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Eirik Aavitsland

Making an Android device boot to Qt

Published Friday July 4th, 2014 | 15 Comments on Making an Android device boot to Qt
Posted in Android, Embedded, Uncategorized

Android Injection Qt Enterprise Embedded provides pre-built system images for a range of popular devices, like the Nexus 7 tablets and the BeagleBone Black. With these, you can make your device “boot to Qt” and be up and running with embedded development literally within minutes. But what if you want to try a device that […]

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Qt Virtual Keyboard 1.1

Published Thursday July 3rd, 2014 | 3 Comments on Qt Virtual Keyboard 1.1
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The initial version of the Qt Virtual Keyboard was released earlier this year, and has quickly become a popular value-add component amongst our Qt Enterprise customers. We are continuously developing it and are now releasing version 1.1, which brings support for Chinese input, 5-way navigation, sound feedback and adds new layouts (languages). With version 1.1 […]

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Laszlo Agocs

Qt Weekly #16: QQuickWidget

Published Wednesday July 2nd, 2014 | 9 Comments on Qt Weekly #16: QQuickWidget
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Combining Qt Quick 2 scenes with traditional QWidget-based user interfaces is a good path to choose if you want to transition your exisiting application to use more of the cool new functionality that Qt Quick provides. While Qt 5.2 introduced QWidget::createWindowContainer() for embedding native windows as a regular widget, a number of limitations remained: Most […]

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Sami Makkonen

Qt Data Visualization 1.1 and Charts 1.4 released

Published Wednesday June 25th, 2014 | 6 Comments on Qt Data Visualization 1.1 and Charts 1.4 released
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We’re happy to announce that we have now released the Qt Enterprise Data Visualization 1.1 and Charts 1.4 add-ons. Both of these contain improvements and new features based on customer requests. Data Visualization new features & functionality Custom 3D objects and labels can be drawn in graphs to draw attention to certain areas or illustrate […]

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Tero Kojo

Hello from Qt Contributors’ Summit

Published Tuesday June 10th, 2014 | 2 Comments on Hello from Qt Contributors’ Summit
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Berlin has been scorching hot with Qt Contributors’ Summit in town and temperatures going up to 35 C. The Qt Contributors’ Summit program is filled with interesting sessions, so many that it is impossible to attend all the sessions one would like to take part in. True to the Contributors’ Summit tradition, the program has […]

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Mitch Curtis

Qt Weekly #12: Qt Quick Controls’ Calendar

Published Friday June 6th, 2014 | 5 Comments on Qt Weekly #12: Qt Quick Controls’ Calendar
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With the release of Qt 5.3, the Calendar control was added to Qt Quick Controls, providing a Qt Quick counterpart to QCalendarWidget. Although it is still quite a young control, Calendar can already cover many use-cases. We’ll show an example of Calendar used in a touch application. Note that a CalendarStyle has not yet been […]

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Tero Kojo

Qt Showroom – Calling all application developers

Published Friday June 6th, 2014 | 6 Comments on Qt Showroom – Calling all application developers
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We are setting up a gallery to present the best Qt applications. The gallery is called Qt Showroom. And currently we are looking for applications that should be presented. Qt Showroom will be hosted under qt-project.org at showroom.qt.io. Qt Showroom will feature cross-platform applications or applications that demonstrate and portray great use of the Qt technology. Right […]

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Qt Weekly #7: Qt Data Visualization tips & tricks

Published Friday April 25th, 2014 | Comments Off on Qt Weekly #7: Qt Data Visualization tips & tricks
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A while ago we released 1.0 version of Qt Enterprise Data Visualization add-on and on this blog we show how to measure frames per second (FPS) on Qt Data Visualization applications. We also give few tips how to avoid pitfalls in the performance. The Qt Data Visualization has a built-in FPS counter that can be enabled by setting the precompile […]

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Katherine Barrios

Qt 5.2 Over 1 Million Downloads

Published Wednesday April 16th, 2014 | 12 Comments on Qt 5.2 Over 1 Million Downloads
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, growth, Qt, Uncategorized

Congrats everyone! Since its release in December 2013, Qt 5.2 has been downloaded over 1 million times. That is pretty darn awesome with about 10K downloads ticking in daily. Nice! Thanks to all for your support in spreading the Qt love. Let’s keep it kicking. Qt 5.3 is just around the corner where we hope […]

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Andy Shaw

Qt Weekly #5: Widgets on a QHeaderView

Published Friday April 11th, 2014 | 7 Comments on Qt Weekly #5: Widgets on a QHeaderView
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Just recently someone had asked about having QComboBoxes placed over the sections inside a QHeaderView, initially I thought this would be fairly straightforward as you could use the setViewportMargins() and put the widgets at the top.  But unfortunately this is not possible to do because the itemviews set the viewport margins itself and setting it […]

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