Eirik Eng, CEO of Trolltech, and Matthias Ettrich, founder of the KDE project and CTO of Trolltech, were interviewed by Philippe Fremy, KDE enthusiast. This interview was conducted in August 2003.
froglogic today announced the availability of Squish 1.1, the new version of the automated GUI testing framework for Qt applications.The main new features of Squish 1.1 are:
In the previous installment of this series, Philipp K. Janert, Ph.D. implemented two very simple example programs, which nevertheless demonstrated quite a few of the core concepts of Qt programming. This month, he will take a step back and look at some of the fundamentals of programming with Qt.
The Independent Qt Tutorial has been updated with a new chapter on the Qt canvas module. It consists of examples and in-depth discussions. The Independent Qt Tutorial is a book introducing the different areas of Qt step-by-step with task orientated chapters rich on examples and a detailed discussion of the different areas of the Qt toolkit.
Qt# is back: a new build system has been hacked into place to avoid dependency on Portable.NET's csant. Miscellaneous bugfixes have also been made to this version.
froglogic today announced the availability of a technology preview of Squish 1.1, the new version of the automated GUI testing framework for Qt applications. Check in for the rest of the press release.
Trolltech was very kind to send us over a copy of the recently released "C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3" book, part of "Bruce Perens' Open Source Series". The book weighs in at about 400 pages and comes with a CD-ROM loaded with software not found elsewhere freely.
Support for animated cursors on Mac OS X was added. Compiler and platform-specific issues were addressed. General bugfixes were made in Qt 3.3.1. Announcement, changelog, download.
The Independent Qt Tutorial has been updated with more links to third party resources and a new chapter of Qwt - Qt Widgets for Technical Applications. Using Qwt, Qt can be used to rapidly develop scientific applications.
With the third major release of the Qt 3 series last Wednesday, Trolltech CEO Haavard Nord graciously took some time to talk with OfB about Qt, the Linux desktop, Mac OS X 64-bit computing and more. Read the interview at OfB.biz. Ours is here.
This official Trolltech guide to Qt 3.2 programming covers all you need to build industrial-strength applications with Qt 3.2.x and C++. The free CD offers an exclusive version of QT 3 compatible for Windows users worth more than $2000 (more info on this). Download a sample chapter in PDF format: "Layout Management".
On Monday, OSNews had the pleasure of talking face to face with Trolltech's CEO and founder, Haavard Nord. Mr Nord discussed with us the new features found in Qt 3.3 (download, changes, announcement), Qtopia and the arising market of Linux in mobile phones as well as in the business computer market. Update: ITManagersJournal hosts a Trolltech article as well.
The previously mentioned Independent Qt Tutorial has been updated with two completely new chapters dealing with files and XML. The Independet Qt Tutorial aims at providing a readable introduction to Qt programming. Qt is available for a number of platforms such as win32, Mac OS X and X11.
With the new Qt-ATK bridge, Qt/KDE applications will integrate seamlessly with existing assistive technologies on platforms that support Sun's accessibility framework. First snapshots can be expected in early 2004. Elsewhere, here's another KDE 3.2 beta2 mini-review.
The Independent Qt Tutorial is an on-line book aiming to cover most topics involved in the process of developing professional quality Qt applications.
The Dot reports that while Qt/Mac has been GPLed since Apple's World Wide Developer Conference 2003, which let everybody think that KOffice and the whole KDE stuff would quickly become native Aqua applications. However, the KDE on Darwin project is not really active and needs more developers.
Trolltech today announced the release of Qt, version 3.3.0 beta 1.Trolltech also iIntroduces the Qt Solutions: they provide platform and industry specific tools and components, as well as cutting-edge components that are too new to include directly in the Qt framework releases.
TrollTech recently Qt 3.3 introduces many new features as well as many improvements over the 3.2.x series. The Qt version 3.3 series is binary compatible with the 3.2.x series. Qt 3.3 is .NET enabled, it supports IPv6 in addition to IPv4 and it now includes a new tool class called QLocale among other new goodies. Its Qt/Embedded version has added support for SNAP graphics drivers from SciTech Software. This gives access to accelerated drivers for more than 150 graphics chipsets (new SciTech DDK here).
Froglogic announced the availability of Squish 1.0. froglogic Squish is a professional cross platform automated GUI testing framework for applications written using Trolltech's Qt GUI toolkit.
Trolltech today announced the release of Qt, bugfix version 3.2.3.