Qt 5.5 Beta Finally Released

Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 15 May 2015 at 08:56 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The beta of Qt 5.5 has finally been released.

Qt 5.5 has been challenged by delays while coming out quite late is the beta release.

Lars Knoll announced the Qt 5.5 beta today to the blog.qt.io. Lars noted, "Since we released Qt 5.4, a lot of effort has been put into fixing bugs reported both by our customers and the community. With this in focus, we went through a couple weeks of dedicated bug fixing here at The Qt Company. During this time, we worked 100% on fixing as many open issues as possible. Although the focus of Qt 5.5 has been on stability and performance, it also has some interesting new features and functionality to offer."

Qt 5.5 features were previously discussed here.

The revised release plans for Qt 5.5 are to officially release the update at the end of June.
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