Tag Archives for qt
It’s not just me. Phoronix is reporting on growing concerns in the Qt community about the project’s increasing commercial focus and apparent deprecation of its open source core. I have said many times in these pages and elsewhere that I … Continue reading
I have been evaluating WebKit and Blink-based open-source browsers for Linux—mostly because Firefox is often noticeably laggy on an old laptop I like to use. (I still <3 you though, Moz!!) Chromium is an obvious option, but I would like … Continue reading
A new release of Android VM Manager (Bitbucket, Github). Comes with system tray goodness and a new logo.
A new version of of Android VM Manager is available in the repos (Bitbucket, Github) along with a new video showing how to set it up with Android-x86. An even newer version with more system tray goodness in imminent.
I just released a tiny Qt widgets-based app that makes it more convenient to connect an Android virtual machine to your development environment. Here’s a quick (but possibly not quick enough) demo of configuring it to work with AndroVM and … Continue reading
Qt Quick Controls are officially part of the brand new Qt 5.1 release. I’ve been waiting a long time for this! There’s also a bunch of Qt Quick Layout Managers and Dialogs in the release. This is cool.