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Ubuntu keynote leads the Qt and Linux celebration at Qt Developer Days

Published Tuesday September 13th, 2011 | 1 Comment on Ubuntu keynote leads the Qt and Linux celebration at Qt Developer Days
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Rick Spencer and Jono Bacon of Canonical have accepted our invitation to take the stage at Qt Developer Days in Munich and San Francisco respectively to deliver keynotes at Qt Developer Days 2011. The keynotes will focus  on Qt, Linux and the developing relationship between Qt and Canonical’s Ubuntu distribution. Rick Spencer is Director of […]

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Qt on show at IBC2011 broadcasting media and entertainment show

Published Wednesday September 7th, 2011 | 4 Comments on Qt on show at IBC2011 broadcasting media and entertainment show
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Qt on set-top boxes (STB) is showing strongly this week at IBC2011 Connected World in Amsterdam. Visitors at the event will see how Qt is bringing the Internet, connected apps and dazzling new UI possibilities to a wide range of  Set-Top-Boxes (STBs) and reference boards. We will be at IBC2011 showing the latest Qt-based reference […]

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Release day! Qt SDK update, Qt 4.7.4, Qt Creator 2.3 and more

Published Thursday September 1st, 2011 | 20 Comments on Release day! Qt SDK update, Qt 4.7.4, Qt Creator 2.3 and more
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It has been a big and busy week already. Last week’s announcement of Symbian Belle and the Nokia 600, Nokia 700 and Nokia 701 was very good news for Qt mobile developers. Daniel’s blog post on the subject started a lively discussion, and it has been good to see such spirited debate – we want […]

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An old/new approach to QtWebKit Hybrid

Published Wednesday August 31st, 2011 | 28 Comments on An old/new approach to QtWebKit Hybrid
Posted in QtWebKit, WebKit

In a previous blog post, we were talking about the new direction we’re taking with WebKit2, and a few people were concerned about the future of hybrid application development. Re-iterating the issues we were facing (see Ademar’s comment in the above blog), it’s extremely costly to maintain a deep C++ API like the one we […]

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Desktop Summit 2011 – the Free Desktop Invades Berlin

Published Sunday August 7th, 2011 | 5 Comments on Desktop Summit 2011 – the Free Desktop Invades Berlin
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Early yesterday, organizers opened the second Desktop Summit in Berlin, with almost 1000 free desktop developers gathering at Humboldt University for the annual Gnome and KDE conferences. Two years ago, both communities held their conferences together for the first time, and decided to continue to cooperate again in 2011. Traditionally, we at Qt have had […]

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Qt-apps.org mobile app porting contest – the winners

Published Monday June 27th, 2011 | Comments Off on Qt-apps.org mobile app porting contest – the winners
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Qt-apps.org dedicate their efforts towards promoting and distributing free software Qt applications. As well as promoting desktop innovation and applications for environments such as KDE, the team recently created the Qtest Mobile App Port Contest, which challenged their community to port their free software Qt apps to mobile platforms. The contest resulted in some high […]

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Reserve your place at Qt Developer Days 2011 – Pre-register now

Published Tuesday June 21st, 2011 | 5 Comments on Reserve your place at Qt Developer Days 2011 – Pre-register now
Posted in Announcements, Community, Events, Learning, Qt in Education, Qt in use

The biggest Qt event on the planet is back, and we’re pleased to announce that pre-registration for Qt Developer Days Munich and San Francisco 2011 is now open. Qt Developer Days is the best place to learn, share, and build your Qt expertise and network. It’s the place to speak with and learn from the […]

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Enhanced Qt Documentation going live on Qt Developer Network

Published Wednesday June 15th, 2011 | 1 Comment on Enhanced Qt Documentation going live on Qt Developer Network
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For decades Qt developers all over the world have been praising the quality of our documentation. The online version is by far the most popular of  our websites, visited by hundreds of thousands developers every month. The content is fantastic and we want to take it even further by carefully adding a bouquet of modern […]

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Digia announces Qt Commercial 4.6.4 release

Published Wednesday June 15th, 2011 | 14 Comments on Digia announces Qt Commercial 4.6.4 release
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The following is a guest post written by Tukka Turunen, Director R&D, Qt Commercial, Digia Plc   Digia has today released a new version of Qt Commercial. The version 4.6.4 further improves the maturity of the 4.6 branch and brings increased stability and several quality improvements for desktop and embedded users, including a total of […]

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