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Unleashing the power of QPainterPath::addEllipse()

Published Wednesday October 13th, 2010 | 7 Comments on Unleashing the power of QPainterPath::addEllipse()
Posted in Performance, WebKit | Tags: , ,

Up until recently, WebKit used to draw SVG circles and ellipses by breaking them down into 100-segment paths. This was done to get consistent auto-test results across different platforms and rendering libraries. Unfortunately, it wasn’t very fast. With Qt 4.7’s WebKit, my machine reaches a meager 17 FPS on the SVG version of The Man […]

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China Network Television tunes new Internet TV platform based on Qt

Published Wednesday June 30th, 2010 | Comments Off on China Network Television tunes new Internet TV platform based on Qt
Posted in Community, Qt in use | Tags: , , ,

China Network Television (CNTV) has created a Qt-based SDK and environment for TV manufacturers seeking to develop public webcast service platform compatible television sets. As a national web-based TV broadcaster, CNTV provides users with a globalized, multilingual and multi-terminal public webcast service platform. Extending this platform to a wide range of connected televisions, from high-end […]

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Qt is going over-the-top to bring online video to connected TVs

Published Thursday June 3rd, 2010 | 1 Comment on Qt is going over-the-top to bring online video to connected TVs
Posted in Qt in use | Tags: , , , ,

Qt is gaining broad adoption among hardware vendors and content providers in the home media and entertainment industry for delivering content “over-the-top”, i.e. directly over the Internet, to the HD TV in your living room. Qt’s cross-platform portability, integration with the WebKit open source web browser engine, and support for C++ and JavaScript “hybrid applications” […]

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