Qt Creator 3.4 Brings C++ Programming Improvements & More
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 23 April 2015 at 10:10 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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The Qt Company has today announced the official release of Qt Creator 3.4, one of the best open-source IDEs for programmers and the de facto development environment for Qt applications.

Qt Creator 3.4 has a new C++ refactoring option to move function definitions out of a class declaration, auto-completion for signals/slots in Qt5-style connects, experimental Qt Test / Qt Quick Tests support in the Professional/Enterprise edition, support for 64-bit Android toolchains, and various other improvements.

More details on this morning's Qt Creator 3.4.0 debut can be found via the announcement posted to blog.qt.io.
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