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One more piece falling into place: Network Access

Published Saturday November 24th, 2007 | 13 Comments on One more piece falling into place: Network Access
Posted in Internet, KDE, Qt, WebKit

As you can probably see from recent blogs, lots of new features are being merged into the mainline Qt (what will become Qt 4.4.0). The latest big one is the Network Access API we’ve been developing for the past few months. It’s in today’s snapshot, so you can try it out already. I’d like to […]

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Widgets On The Canvas Integrated

Published Thursday November 22nd, 2007 | 16 Comments on Widgets On The Canvas Integrated
Posted in Graphics Items, Graphics View, KDE, Labs, Qt

The day has finally arrived. We are proud to announce that we have now integrated our development branch for the Widgets On The Canvas project into Qt/main, or what will become Qt 4.4. You have already seen a random selection of screenshots and feature rundowns in previous blogs, but now it’s all in your hands […]

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Published Sunday November 18th, 2007 | 4 Comments on Cheese
Posted in KDE

Yesterday a big fog came in at around the evening hours. No, not the proverbial kind that comes after too much drinking (not doing much of that anyway with these Norwegian prices), real fog that feels clammy to the skin. I was down town, some blocks from sea and I couldn’t see the end of […]

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Query Your Toaster

Published Thursday November 15th, 2007 | Comments Off on Query Your Toaster
Posted in Aggregated, Patternist, Qt

People have asked for Qt’s XQuery & XPath support to not be locked to a particular tree backend such as QDom, but to be able to work on arbitrary backends. Any decent implementation(such as XQilla or Saxon) provide that nowadays in someway or another, but I’d say Patternist’s approach is novice, with its own share […]

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