By Oliver Wolff

Experimental Version of Qt Creator’s WinRT Plugin

Published Wednesday March 5th, 2014 | 2 Comments on Experimental Version of Qt Creator’s WinRT Plugin
Posted in Mobile, Qt, QtCreator, Windows

As many of you might have heard, we released Qt Creator’s 3.1 beta version on March 4th. While a lot of new things were mentioned in the blog post here, we still have something more to tell you about. The first version of our new WinRT plugin is now up and running – and already […]

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Qt’s WinRT port and its C++/CX usage

Published Friday April 19th, 2013 | 50 Comments on Qt’s WinRT port and its C++/CX usage
Posted in Background, Qt, Windows

Background After Friedemann has given an initial introduction about Qt’s Windows Runtime port, I would like to give some further insight about technical aspects and our ways of working on the port. When reading about Windows Runtime development (Windows 8 store applications and Windows runtime components) in connection with C++ you will find C++/CX again […]

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Qt Simulator 1.2: What's new?

Published Thursday September 1st, 2011 | 6 Comments on Qt Simulator 1.2: What's new?
Posted in Qt Simulator, Qt Simulator

I’m Oliver Wolff, one of the developers working on Qt Simulator. We would like to give you a quick overview about what’s new in Qt Simulator’s 1.2 release. There were certain areas which needed improvement either requested by users or driven by us seeing that things could be easier or more intuitive. For the 1.2 […]

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