Qt Jambi

Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Qt Jambi doth teach the torches to burn bright

Published Wednesday December 12th, 2007 | 3 Comments on Qt Jambi doth teach the torches to burn bright
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi

Qt Jambi is all about breaking away the barriers between Qt in Java and Qt in C++. In fact, ideally you should be able to sit inside of either language and throw anything you want over to the other side, and somewhere along its parabolic path over the wall, this thing should magically transform to […]

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Qt Jambi and Jython

Published Tuesday November 6th, 2007 | 2 Comments on Qt Jambi and Jython
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi

Some time ago a question popped up on qt-jambi-interest about how Qt Jambi would work together with jython. The main problem was signals and slots as our string-based approach doesn’t map to well into the world of interpreted languages on top of Java. I sat down some time ago and got jython to work pretty […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

A Bridge Over Troubled Water

Published Thursday October 18th, 2007 | Comments Off on A Bridge Over Troubled Water
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi

For a while now, I’ve been spending my non-bug-fixing time on the Qt Jambi AWT Bridge, an integration layer which will make it possible for you to place your favorite AWT and Swing component hierarchies inside your Qt windows and the other way around. This should hopefully prove to be at least a very convenient […]

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Lorn Potter

Join the 2007 Trolltech Developer Days

Published Wednesday September 12th, 2007 | 1 Comment on Join the 2007 Trolltech Developer Days
Posted in Greenphone, KDE, News, QSA, Qt, Qt Jambi, Qtopia, Uncategorized

Trolltech is presenting the fourth annual Developer Days events[1] in the US and Germany. We invite free software developers to join without admittance fee. http://trolltech.com/company/newsroom/events/allevents/devdays2007 The events are taking place in Redwood City, California (October 3 & 4), and Munich, Germany (October 16th & 17). If you are currently contributing to an open source project, […]

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A Nail in the Database Coffin

Published Friday August 31st, 2007 | Comments Off on A Nail in the Database Coffin
Posted in Qt Jambi

Qt Jambi has been out for some weeks now and up until now there wasn’t a really good option for doing Database programming there. As an opensource developer you could go ahead and download the Qt source packages and build the database drivers from scratch, and the commercial owners that were curious got a special […]

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Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt

Extremely Interesting Jambi Trick #X: Instantiating Java widgets from C++

Published Friday August 24th, 2007 | Comments Off on Extremely Interesting Jambi Trick #X: Instantiating Java widgets from C++
Posted in KDE, Qt, Qt Jambi

Say you are a C++ programmer who has a heartfelt passion for writing plugin based applications in Qt. One day, during a brief loss of your senses, you decide that you want to expand the plugin support in your latest creation to include contributions from both C++ and Java programmers. Riddled with idealism and optimism, […]

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Java GUI developers, suffer no more ;-)

Published Monday August 13th, 2007 | 6 Comments on Java GUI developers, suffer no more ;-)
Posted in Graphics View, Qt, Qt Jambi

I wrote my first Jambi program today (That’s Qt for Java, btw). I admit to being one hard core C++ developer, but having nothing against Java as a language… as opposed to its horrible APIs. Which is also why I’ve shyed away from Qt Jambi, making little sarcastic remarks to those of my colleagues that […]

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