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Jesús Fernández

Playing with coroutines and QML

Published Tuesday May 29th, 2018
6 Comments on Playing with coroutines and QML
Posted in Qt | Tags: ,

** aka Playing with coroutines and Qt (Part II) From 5747a7530206ac410b6bd7c1b8490d7d389ad3a5 JavaScript Generators are supported in QML. This enables to write the Fibonacci example from the previous post using generators and QML. Mandatory example: import QtQuick 2.11 import QtQuick.Window 2.11 import QtQuick.Controls 2.2 Window { property var fibonacci: function* () { yield “0: 0” yield […]

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Johan Helsing

What’s new with the Wayland platform plugin in Qt 5.11?

Published Tuesday May 29th, 2018
8 Comments on What’s new with the Wayland platform plugin in Qt 5.11?
Posted in Dev Loop, Qt, Wayland | Tags: , ,

Wayland is a display server protocol used on modern Linux systems, the Qt Wayland platform plugin lets Qt applications run on Wayland display servers (compositors). Apart from bug fixes, the Qt 5.11 release contains a substantial amount of improvements, especially for desktop users. Key composition support Support for compose keys has been missing for a […]

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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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Lorn Potter

Qt for WebAssembly

Published Tuesday May 22nd, 2018
11 Comments on Qt for WebAssembly
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop | Tags:

You may have seen the news that Qt Project released Qt for WebAssembly tech preview. We use Emscripten to compile Qt into something that runs in a web browser from a web server. Instead of compiling and deploying for multiple platforms, the idea is to compile and deploy on a web server for any platform that has […]

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