By Kai Köhne

Gerrit joined the Qt Creator project!

Published Monday May 23rd, 2011 | 7 Comments on Gerrit joined the Qt Creator project!
Posted in Contributors, Git, Open Governance, QtCreator, Uncategorized

Please give a warm welcome to Gerrit, the new guy working on Qt Creator! If you do not know him yet: He is the one adding text like Change-Id: I8364167d5be3e7c361b192318b0bba7fb70d0f2f Reviewed-on: to commits in the Qt Creator git repo. That is, since last week we replaced our internal git server with a Gerrit based […]

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Qt Quick Tooling

Published Tuesday September 21st, 2010 | 10 Comments on Qt Quick Tooling
Posted in Qt Quick, QtCreator

Just in case you have not noticed it yet:  >>>Qt 4.7 is out!<<<  Wow! Time for us Trolls (and hopefully you) to celebrate 🙂 Personally, I am enthusiastic – especially about the new QtDeclarative module and the QML language. This technology calls for excellent tooling, and we here in Berlin are working hard to provide exactly this in the upcoming Qt […]

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Upcoming QtCreator support for Qml (or: what is Bauhaus?)

Published Wednesday January 27th, 2010 | 58 Comments on Upcoming QtCreator support for Qml (or: what is Bauhaus?)
Posted in Kinetic, Qt Quick, QtCreator

Declarative UI is one of the big things on the Qt Roadmap for Qt 4.7 and 4.6.x. I already enjoyed working with the Qml language and the developers behind it for quite some time – and believe me, this one will fundamentally change the way slick Qt UIs are designed and look like! If you […]

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Iterating efficiently

Published Friday January 23rd, 2009 | 4 Comments on Iterating efficiently
Posted in Test

Qt provides a whole lot of ways to iterate over a QList: You can use STL like iterators, Java like iterators, use the foreach macro or access the list elements via their index. Personally I fell in love with foreach from the first day, but it was not long that somebody remarked “foreach is slow” […]

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