Qt 5.2 Is Now Out In Beta Form
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 23 October 2013 at 09:13 AM EDT. 10 Comments
Qt 5.2 has been in alpha since the end of September but now Digia has announced the beta release of the Qt 5.2 tool-kit.

Qt 5.2 is mostly about bug-fixing and other corrections with the 5.2 release already adding in a tron of new features and functionality. Among the Qt 5.2 features are full support for Android and iOS, Qt QML now has its own built-in JavaScript engine, a lot of oimprovements to Qt Quick, and many new add-on modules.

For those interested in more details on Qt 5.2 Beta, check the Digia blog. The final release of Qt 5.2 should be out before year's end.

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