Documentation

Paul Wicking

Update from the documentation workshop: the way forward

Published Tuesday April 2nd, 2019 | 15 Comments on Update from the documentation workshop: the way forward
Posted in Documentation, Qt, Uncategorized

This is an update from the documentation workshop we had 11th and 12th March. The location was The Qt Company’s location in Oslo, Norway. The participants were product management, software engineers, and R&D managers from TQtC. We also had documentation engineers from both TQtC and Luxoft. A good week before the workshop, I blogged about it. The blog post […]

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Paul Wicking

The future of documentation

Published Friday March 1st, 2019 | 41 Comments on The future of documentation
Posted in Documentation, Qt

“Honestly Qt’s documentation is pretty close to perfect, I wish other framework’s documentation were as good. Keep doing what you’re doing.” “Documentation has always been top-notch” “The documentation is great.” These quotes are from you, the users of Qt. For someone like me, who works with documentation for a living, this is awesome. It’s extremely cool […]

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Tero Kojo

Documentation now up for testing in doc.qt.io

Published Friday November 7th, 2014 | 17 Comments on Documentation now up for testing in doc.qt.io
Posted in Announcements, Documentation, Qt.io, Website

Hello, We have been working on transferring Qt documentation under qt.io and would like to have your feedback on the work so far. All improvement suggestions are welcome. We have a meta-bug opened on the Qt bugtracker where you can add your findings. The new documentation can be found at http://doc.qt.io/ So what has changed? –          New layout and style to […]

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Tero Kojo

Update on the qt.io website work

Published Thursday October 16th, 2014 | 6 Comments on Update on the qt.io website work
Posted in Community, Documentation, migrate, Website | Tags: , ,

Hello, some news from the new qt.io website work we are doing. First, thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the new qt.io site, we appreciate all the comments we have gotten on different channels. And while every comment will not make it as a change to the site, we do evaluate every single […]

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Leena Miettinen

Qt Weekly #17: Linking Qt Classes in Documentation Generated with Doxygen

Published Wednesday August 13th, 2014 | 2 Comments on Qt Weekly #17: Linking Qt Classes in Documentation Generated with Doxygen
Posted in Documentation, doxygen2qthelp

Qt Weekly is back from vacation with a post from a guest blogger (*applause*).  In this post, Lorenz Haas tells us how to link Qt classes in custom documentation that is generated by using Doxygen. By mid-2008, Sebastian Pipping introduced doxygen2qthelp for generating Qt Compressed Help files (*.qch) via Doxygen. Already by the end of the year, […]

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The Qt documentation has made it into DevNet!

Published Wednesday June 15th, 2011 | 21 Comments on The Qt documentation has made it into DevNet!
Posted in Documentation, Uncategorized

Seems only like yesterday, that I was playing around with new design ideas for the Qt documentation trying to bring it into the Y2K age. The feedback was extraordinary, the result was well accepted and the usage increased. Still, we wanted to do more. We wanted the Qt documentation to change from plain HTML files […]

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Documentation dressed up and ready to serve!

Published Wednesday August 11th, 2010 | 29 Comments on Documentation dressed up and ready to serve!
Posted in Documentation

Last fall I wrote a couple of blog posts about our visions for redesigning the Qt Reference Documentation. We asked the community for feedback on how the documentation could be improved and posted a few suggestions. The response from the community was tremendous. Peppered by feedback and full of inspiration I went to the drawing […]

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