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Andy Nichols (nezticle)

Should you still be using QGraphicsView?

Published Thursday January 19th, 2017 | 36 Comments on Should you still be using QGraphicsView?
Posted in Dev Loop | Tags: , ,

There was a time when the Qt Graphics View Framework was seen as the solution to create modern user interfaces with Qt. Now that Qt Quick 2 has matured does the Graphics View Framework still have a place in Qt? At the Qt World Summit 2016 I gave a presentation entitled “The Curse of Choice.” […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

How to shoot yourself in the foot using only a scene graph (neat optimization trick inside)

Published Thursday January 19th, 2017 | 9 Comments on How to shoot yourself in the foot using only a scene graph (neat optimization trick inside)
Posted in Declarative UI, Dev Loop, Graphics, OpenGL, Performance, Qt, Qt Quick 2, Text and font handling, UI

I am trying to get into the habit of blogging more often, also about topics that may not warrant a white paper worth of text, but that may be interesting to some of you. For those of you who don’t know me, I am the maintainer of the text and font code in Qt, and recently I came across a curious customer case where the optimization mechanisms in the Qt Quick scene graph ended up doing more harm than good. I thought I would share the case with you, along with the work-around I ended up giving to the customer.

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Qt Was Really Everywhere at CES2017

Published Thursday January 19th, 2017 | 1 Comment on Qt Was Really Everywhere at CES2017
Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit

CES 2017 was full of autonomous driving, artificial intelligence and virtual assistants. It was great to see the momentum in the industry towards the future. While all of the innovative, future oriented technologies were present, there was also room for more modern technologies such as plastic mobile phone covers. Somewhere in between today and tomorrow […]

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Laszlo Agocs

Which OpenGL implementation is my Qt Quick app using today?

Published Wednesday January 18th, 2017 | 4 Comments on Which OpenGL implementation is my Qt Quick app using today?
Posted in Declarative UI, Dev Loop, Embedded, Graphics, Performance, Qt Quick

Qt Quick-based user interfaces have traditionally been requiring OpenGL, quite unsurprisingly, since the foundation of it all, the Qt Quick 2 scenegraph, is designed exclusively with OpenGL ES 2.0 (the top of the line for mobile/embedded at the time) in mind. As you may have heard, the graphics API story is a bit more inclusive […]

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Kwangsub Kim

Qt Together with Telechips

Published Monday January 9th, 2017 | Comments Off on Qt Together with Telechips
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit, Partners

We are happy to announce the new collaboration between The Qt Company and Telechips. Telechips (http://www.telechips.com) is a leading fabless semiconductor company in Asia focusing on automotive and consumer electronics industries, where Qt has been used as a core component for a wide variety of innovative products. Cooperation between The Qt Company and the SoC […]

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Iris Yamashita

Qt Everywhere at CES 2017

Published Thursday January 5th, 2017 | 3 Comments on Qt Everywhere at CES 2017
Posted in Biz Circuit, Events

Experience the latest development in connected devices & powerful cross-platform applications in our meeting suite and CES, the world’s leading consumer electronics event in dazzling Las Vegas show front. Come see our demos, visit the industry leaders showing Qt, and book a meeting with the Qt executives to discuss your product strategy. Interact with innovative demonstrations at […]

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Jani Heikkinen

Qt 5.8.0 Release Candidate Available

Published Thursday December 22nd, 2016 | 13 Comments on Qt 5.8.0 Release Candidate Available
Posted in Qt, Releases

Qt 5.8.0 Release Candidate is now available! The target is to release the official Qt 5.8.0 release during January 2017 so please try the RC now. All feedback is welcome! Please report new bugs to bugreports.qt.io. You can also send e-mail to Qt Project mailing lists or contact us via IRC. More information about the […]

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Rolland Dudemaine, Green Hills Software

Embedded Devices with Qt and the INTEGRITY RTOS

Published Tuesday December 20th, 2016 | Comments Off on Embedded Devices with Qt and the INTEGRITY RTOS
Posted in Automotive, Dev Loop, Embedded, Guest Blog, RTOS

The Green Hills INTEGRITY Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is widely used in safety- and security-critical systems. Work has been ongoing for already some time to get Qt 5 running on INTEGRITY, and now we are delighted to show a proof-of-concept port of Qt 5.7 on top of INTEGRITY. Qt 4.8 support has been available for […]

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Jouko Luukas

Eliminate Technical Risks in Your Software Project

Published Monday December 19th, 2016 | Comments Off on Eliminate Technical Risks in Your Software Project
Posted in Biz Circuit

The Qt framework contains very powerful libraries that help to create great products that provide modern user experiences. At the same time, Qt is versatile and can be used across multiple purposes which offers many options and increases flexibility – but these can also be puzzling if one is not familiar with Qt. Meeting your […]

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