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Tuukka Turunen

Qt 5.11 Beta1 Released

Published Thursday March 1st, 2018
9 Comments on Qt 5.11 Beta1 Released
Posted in Dev Loop, Releases

I am pleased to announce that Qt 5.11 Beta 1 is released today. Convenient online binary installers are available for trying out features coming in Qt 5.11. We will follow similar Beta process as earlier and provide multiple Beta releases via the online installer.  For new features coming in Qt 5.11, please check the New features in […]

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Miguel Costa

Qt Visual Studio Tools 2.2.0 Released

Published Monday February 26th, 2018
28 Comments on Qt Visual Studio Tools 2.2.0 Released
Posted in Dev Loop, Qt, Releases, Visual Studio, Windows

We have released the Qt VS Tools version 2.2.0. Important changes include: New approach to integration with VS, based on MSBuild Optimized performance Parallel execution of moc, rcc and uic Support for Universal Windows projects For details of what is included in this version, please refer to the change log. The installation package is available […]

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Adrien Leravat

Qt Internationalization – Create Your UI Using Non-Latin Characters

Published Friday February 23rd, 2018
8 Comments on Qt Internationalization – Create Your UI Using Non-Latin Characters
Posted in Contributors, Dev Loop, Guest Blog, Internationalization

People, ideas and data are moving all around the world nowadays, and so are your applications! Developing a UI in one language only, regardless of the platform is not an option anymore. Now if you are lucky enough to be using Qt, this is achievable with little effort, even when dealing with non-latin characters and […]

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Carl Engh

The Qt Project and Google Summer of Code 2018

Published Thursday February 22nd, 2018
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Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop, Events, Learning, News, Qt in Education

This year, for the first time, the Qt Project will be participating in the Google Summer of Code initiative. This is an awesome opportunity for students who are interested in or are already involved with Qt development, and who want to flip bits and not burgers during their summer break! What this means in practice is that by […]

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Sakari Himanen, Security Tech Lead at Intopalo Oy

Protecting a Qt Application or a Device Against Hacking, Part 2

Published Wednesday February 21st, 2018
6 Comments on Protecting a Qt Application or a Device Against Hacking, Part 2
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop

Why would anyone want to hack an application or a device? And how would they go about their attack? And, most importantly, how can you protect your software against malicious attacks? This post is a follow-up to part 1 of the topic. This time we take a fairly detailed look at attackers’ motivations, methods and […]

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André de la Rocha

Qt 5.11 Brings New Accessibility Backend on Windows

Published Tuesday February 20th, 2018
6 Comments on Qt 5.11 Brings New Accessibility Backend on Windows
Posted in Accessibility, Announcements, desktop, Dev Loop, Qt, Releases, UI, Uncategorized, Windows

Accessibility technology encompasses assistive tools such as screen readers, magnifiers and braille displays, as well as APIs and frameworks that allow applications to expose elements of their UI to such tools. While some UI widgets provided by the operating system may already be prepared to provide content and metadata to assistive tools, Qt renders UI […]

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