Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 9th Apr 2012 11:03 UTC
Qt "The Qt development toolkit is undergoing a major overhaul. The developers behind the project announced the availability of the Qt 5 alpha release this week. It's a key milestone on the path to the official launch of Qt 5, expected to occur later this year." The kind of stuff to read Ars for.
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RE: Changes to Qt
by anda_skoa on Tue 10th Apr 2012 12:09 UTC in reply to "Changes to Qt"
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I'm sorry to read they're phasing out C++ in favour of JavaScript.

Then you will be happy to read that you've misinterpreted the announcement's text ;)

Qt is still written in C++ and C++ is the main application development language.

Additional to that support for JavaScript in the context of QML base UI has been improved to a new level.

So if you are using QML for the UI of your application (which will still mainly be written in C++) you have now more and better integration between JavaScript and C++.

If you are not using QML nor QtScript for in-application scripting, then you don't have to care about JavaScript at all.

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