Just weeks after the Qt 5.9 Beta debut is now a second beta available for those wishing to test this latest tool-kit work.
Back in 2015 we wrote about the "Clazy" static analyzer for Clang as a way to uncover various coding shortcomings for KDE/Qt programs. Since then, Clazy has become much more capable.
Qt 5.9 is moving closer to release so the release schedule planning around Qt 5.10 is now happening.
The official Qt 5.9 Beta is now out thanks to The Qt Company and the Qt developer community.
One of the many new features for the upcoming Qt 5.9 is an OpenVG renderer for hardware acceleration on some embedded platforms that lack OpenGL capabilities.
The Qt Company has today rolled out the first public beta for the upcoming Qt Creator integrated development environment release.
The first Qt 5.9 tool-kit beta snapshot is now available for testing as the next feature release for this widely-used, cross-platform toolkit.
With Qt 5.8's Qt Wayland Compositor Framework taking shape, more developers are beginning to tailor a Qt Wayland compositor to their use-cases. One of those is a company specializing in farm equipment like combine harvesters, tractors, and harvesters.
A mix of Qt5, Vulkan, Android on AArch64, and a NVIDIA Shield TV with Tegra X1 SoC sounds like a fun weekend for those wanting to experiment with the latest Qt tool-kit possibilities in development.
The Qt Company today announced the much-anticipated release of the Qt 5.9 Alpha.
Tuukka Turunen of The Qt Company has shared some of the project's goals for the 2017 calendar year in delivering Qt 5.9 and Qt 5.10 along with more point releases.
The Qt Company today announced Qt 3D Studio, a new 3D UI authoring system, thanks to NVIDIA providing Qt with hundreds of thousands of lines of source code making up this application.
With Qt 5.8 there was experimental Direct3D 12 support that left some disappointed the toolkit didn't opt for supporting Vulkan first as a cross-platform, high-performance graphics API. Fortunately, with Qt 5.10, there will be built-in Vulkan support.
While Qt 5.8 was released less than one month ago, the Qt 5.9 Alpha release is on approach for landing.
Qt WebEngine remains the primary module on modern Qt5 tool-kit versions for having web capabilities provided by Chromium. The migration from Qt WebKit to WebEngine happened around four years ago but there still are some developers pursuing out-of-tree support for Qt WebKit.
While Qt 5.8 was just released yesterday, the feature freeze is already upon us for Qt 5.9 due to the v5.8 release having been dragged out from November to this week.
Qt 5.8 was supposed to ship back in November, but that major toolkit update has finally shipped today.
With Qt 5.8 that's due to be released next week there is the new Qt Speech as a "tech preview" of text-to-speech for this tool-kit.
Qt 5.8.0 will hopefully be released in the days ahead.
Just in time for Christmas is the release candidate for the upcoming Qt 5.8 toolkit release.
The Qt Company has announced the first point release to Qt 5.7 as well as putting out the Qt Creator 4.2 upgrade to their integrated development environment.
The Qt Company today issued the first release candidate for the Qt Creator 4.2 integrated development environment release.
While Qt 5.8 hasn't even been released yet, there is already release planning that is happening around Qt 5.9.
With last week's CMake 3.7 release one of the less-advertised features is the build system's server-mode functionality, which is sure to excited integrated development environments (IDEs).
It's been three works that Cutelyst has been in development as a Qt/C++ web framework while today marks the v1.0 release with an ABI/API guarantee.
The Qt Company is ending off their work week by releasing the much-anticipated Qt 5.8 beta.
The Qt Company has released the first public beta of the upcoming Qt Creator 4.2 integrated development environment.
The Qt Company has made available new snapshots for testing of upcoming releases for the Qt tool-kit.
Qt 5.6.2 was released today as the latest point release to the Qt 5.6 Long-Term Support release series.
Sean Harmer of KDAB is organizing work around some upcoming "major Qt 3D features" for the open-source toolkit.
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