Qt Lite is an initiative driven by The Qt Company striving for smaller and leaner Qt builds. It utilizes the new configuration system introduced with Qt 5.8 to create custom builds stripped of features or classes that aren’t needed for a given application. Focus is mostly on Embedded Linux with the goal of making Qt a feasible option
The field of web technology is evolving at a rapid pace. This article presents a stack proven in cross-platform application development projects and our experience gathered with it. Introduction Modern web technology provides a powerful foundation for cross-platform application development. By using responsive design techniques a browser based application can already cover desktop and mobile platforms.
If you missed our session “A deep dive into QML memory management internals” during the QtWS15 you can now watch a recording here or have a look at the slides. Enjoy!
It all started with a simple question: How much does a property you define in QML code cost in terms of memory? This led me down a merry chase into the source of the QML engine. The result is this article and in the end a contribution to Qt5.6. Before we get started, let’s do
basysKom has been working on the new Qt module QtOpcUa which brings support for the industrial communication standard OPC UA into the Qt world. We recently have offered this module as a contribution to the Qt-project. It is currently under review, we aim to make it a tech preview in Qt 5.7. basysKom will show
In Qt 5.4 NFC support is restricted to Blackberry 10. After working on basic desktop support for Qt 5.5 through neard, basysKom decided to kick off NFC support for Android as well. After two months of work, basysKom has committed Android NFC support to a Qt development branch, based on previous work by Juhana Jauhiainen