Sean Harmer of KDAB is organizing work around some upcoming "major Qt 3D features" for the open-source toolkit.
Qt developer Laszlo Agocs has written a thorough walkthrough for the official Qt blog about the different Qt graphics options with multiple displays on embedded Linux.
Last week's Qt 5.8 Alpha preliminary packages have now been promoted to being the official alpha packages for this next major version of the Qt5 tool-kit.
LXQt 0.10 was released last November and is currently the desktop environment's current latest release of this Qt-written desktop forked from LXDE. There's talk though of a new release possibly coming soon, but the project doesn't appear ready yet to commit to any release schedule or routine cadence for new versions.
The Qt Project is readying the Qt 5.8.0 Alpha toolkit release.
The Qt Company announced the release today of Qt Creator 4.1 as the newest version of its popular, cross-platform IDE.
While upstream Qt developers continue focused on supporting Qt WebEngine as their Chromium-based browser engine environment, others meanwhile have been working on reviving Qt WebKit.
Qt developers Laszlo Agocs and Andy Nchols have written a summary on The Qt Blog about the state of the Qt Quick 2 graphics stack for the upcoming Qt 5.8 release.
Qt developers are preparing for the feature-freeze of the upcoming Qt 5.8 tool-kit.
KDAB has announced the release of GammaRay 2.5, what they say is their "biggest feature release yet", the popular introspection tool for Qt developers.
The Qt Company has announced the opening of Qt WebBrowser, a new embedded-focused web-browser built atop Qt technologies.
The first beta release is now available of Qt Creator 4.1, the latest version of this Qt-focused integrated development environment.
Qt 5.6.1 was released earlier this month to fix outstanding issues with the Qt 5.6 tool-kit release while today the 5.6.1-1 hot-fix release is available to fix a critical problem.
This year has already encountered the releases of the much-delayed Qt 5.6 followed quite quickly by Qt 5.7. Upstream Qt developers are now trying to get Qt 5.8.0 ready to ship this calendar year.
There's a new technology preview release of QtWebKit for those wanting to use this formerly retired WebKit-based module instead of the newer QtWebEngine that makes use of Chromium's Blink engine.
Qt 5.7 is now officially available as the latest version of the Qt5 tool-kit.
With the imminent release of Qt 5.7 expected, this updated tool-kit release will bring a new Qt Wayland Compositor API in tech preview form.
Within the upstream Qt tool-kit, the WebKit module was dropped in favor of Qt WebEngine that's powered by Google's Chromium "Blink" engine. While Qt WebEngine is still working out well for new development projects, it looks like Qt WebKit is being worked on for a revival.
As anticipated, Qt 5.6.1 is now available as the first bug-fix release to the open-source, cross-platform toolkit.
The Qt Company has announced the Qt Automotive Suite, a new offering aimed at car makers building in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems.
Qt 5.7 is right around the corner and it's coming with many new graphics features, including support for NVIDIA's DRIVE CX platform.
Not everyone has been happy with the state of Qt 5.6.0, that was released after months of delay and Qt 5.7 is just around the corner. Fortunately, Qt 5.6.1 should be out this week with some important bug fixes.
Similar to past Qt5 tool-kit releases, Qt 5.7 has been running behind schedule but they are now out with a release candidate and hope to officially ship this update later in June.
The Qt Company has today announced the release of Qt Creator 4.0.0 as the latest version of this Qt-focused integrated development environment.
For the past week has been a somewhat active mailing list thread about the Qt Project being misrepresented on The Qt Company's qt.io web-site.
Qt 5.7 continues moving along and due to the concurrent release work with the much-delayed Qt 5.6 that finally shipped in March, the Qt 5.7 beta is already imminent.
A Phoronix reader pointed out that at last month's general shareholder meeting for Digia, the company's demerger plans with Qt were approved and will be registered on 1 May 2016.
A Qt user brought up a mailing list discussion over Vulkan usage within Qt. A few interesting remarks were made by upstream developers.
While Qt 5.6 was just released after being delayed by months, Qt 5.7 was supposed to be a quick follow-on release but it too is already seeing delays.
Qt 5.6 has finally cleared the door.
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