By Henrik Hartz

Qt Quick 1.0 and beyond (or, the post of many links)

Published Tuesday March 1st, 2011 | 17 Comments on Qt Quick 1.0 and beyond (or, the post of many links)
Posted in Uncategorized

UI developers rejoice; Today we are launching Qt Quick 1.0! For those of you who have been active members of our growing community[1][2][3], there might not be a whole lot of zero-day news here, except perhaps a bit of clarity on where this path leads you. For those of you who have only recently discovered […]

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We'll Be Right Back

Published Monday January 31st, 2011 | 31 Comments on We'll Be Right Back
Posted in MeeGo, Qt Quick

For the last six months, we have been building a set of UI components for Qt Quick. This has been done completely out in the open, with both project content and progress reflected in our Jira instance [1], developing using the gitorious repo [2], hanging out in #qt-components on freenode [3] and emailing [4]. We […]

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Building the future: (re)Introducing the Qt Quick components

Published Friday September 10th, 2010 | 20 Comments on Building the future: (re)Introducing the Qt Quick components
Posted in MeeGo, Qt Quick

Qt Quick is an awesome piece of technology. It fundamentally changes how you write native User Interfaces and makes the possibility of creating amazing Apps available to designers as well as developers, not to forget the large community of man-cave hackers and hobbyists. If you have an application that provides it’s own unique look and […]

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It’s Getting Colder!

Published Thursday August 13th, 2009 | 10 Comments on It’s Getting Colder!
Posted in Uncategorized

As the title suggest, winter is drawing near in the northern hemisphere and we have decided to preempt winter by freezing. Freezing our branch that is. After being under heavy development, Qt master will be branched to Qt 4.6 in less than a month from now – and we’ll start hardening our APIs in preparation […]

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The Chirp Of a Great Framework

Published Tuesday June 16th, 2009 | 7 Comments on The Chirp Of a Great Framework
Posted in Graphics Dojo, Patternist, Qt, WebKit

While planning for Developer Days 2008 I tried to wring something interesting out of my technically starved brain to show off to the crowds of hackers attending. At the time I had just noticed Twitter, a service that seemed to promise the value of Facebook without all the junk – seeing status updates from my […]

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Putting QtWebKit to use with Google Maps

Published Thursday July 3rd, 2008 | 3 Comments on Putting QtWebKit to use with Google Maps
Posted in Itemviews, Qt, WebKit

Hi there. This is my first blog post, so I guess introductions are in order; My name is Henrik Hartz, and work as a Specialist with Product Management in Troll^W Qt Software. In Product Management I do all kinds of stuff, ranging from working with requirements, specifications, product releases, meeting customers, thinking about the future […]

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