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Qt Speech (Text to Speech) is here

January 25, 2017 in C++, News, Programming, Programming Languages, Qt by admin

via Qt blog:

“I’m happy that with Qt 5.8.0 we’ll have Qt Speech added as a new tech preview module. It took a while to get it in shape since the poor thing sometimes did not get the attention it deserved. We had trouble with some Android builds before that backend received proper care. Luckily there’s always the great Qt community to help out.

What’s in the package? Text to speech, that’s about it. The module is rather small, it abstracts away different platform backends to let you (or rather your apps) say smart things. In the screen shot you see that speech dispatcher on Linux does not care much about gender, that’s platform dependent and we do our best to give you access to the different voices and information about them.”

For more details, follow this link.

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Native / desktop applications with SmartClient (or other JavaScript framework)

January 11, 2015 in C++, Programming, Qt, Source Code by admin

qtHow to develop & deploy native / desktop applications using Qt & javascript framework, without using a web server.

For more information, follow this link.

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Native Android style in Qt 5.4

December 6, 2014 in C++, News, Programming, Qt by admin

qtvia blog.qt.digia.com:

As you might have heard, the upcoming Qt 5.4 release delivers a new Android style. This blog post explains what it means in practice for different types of Qt applications.

Qt Widgets

Earlier it has been possible to get native looks for Qt Widgets applications on Android with the help of Ministro, a system wide Qt libraries installer/provider for Android. In Qt 5.4, selected parts of Ministro source code have been incorporated into the Android platform plugin of Qt. This makes it possible for Qt applications to look native without Ministro, even though applications wishing to use services provided by Ministro will continue to do so. In other words, Qt Widgets applications will look native regardless of the deployment method; system wide or bundled Qt libraries. Read the rest of this entry →

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Building IBASE (firebird) SQL driver for Qt 5.3 on openSUSE 13.1

November 2, 2014 in Code Snippets, Programming, Qt, Source Code, Tips & Tricks, Tutorial by admin

Firebird_Db_logo  A short and quick howto for building IBASE (firebird)  SQL driver for Qt 5.3 on openSUSE 13.1.

Source: here.

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Anatomy of a Qt 5 for Android application

July 25, 2013 in Android, Qt, Tutorial by admin

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There is a nice article by  on the digia qt blog explaining the anatomy of a Qt5 Android application.

Some of the areas discussed are a general overview of major parts composing a Qt5 Android application, a description of the Android application launcher and some insights about how QtCreator sets up the application and also some information about the Qt part of the entire puzzle.

Also, the entire startup of the application is described quite in detail and also the various deployment methods which can be used.

For more information and the entire article, please follow this link.

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Qt Creator 2.8.0 released

July 12, 2013 in News, Qt by admin

QT Creator 2.8.0 final was released. Some of the new changes and additions:

  • C++ got more refactoring actions:
    • Adding declarations and implementations for virtual methods from the superclass.
    • Assigning a method return value or ‘new’ expression to a local variable.
    • Moving function definitions from inline in the header to source.
  • Experimental support for debugging with LLDB on Mac was added (configure the debugger of your kit to be LLDB and point it to your lldb binary)
  • Graphical editor for manifest files and QML debugging and profiling on Android devices.
  •  BlackBerry development environment setup wizard now, making it easier to get started with on-device development.
  • Git version control integration got many new features, including support for interactive rebases.
  • An editor specific for Python was added, with highlighting and indentation, and a Python class wizard

There are many other improvements, bugfixes and additions

For more information and link to the download page, follow this link.

(source here)

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Using gcc’s 4.8.0 Address Sanitizer with Qt

April 19, 2013 in Android, Qt, Tips & Tricks by admin

Source blog.qt.digia.com

One of the cool new features of gcc 4.8 is the built in “Address Sanitizer”: a memory error detector for C/C++ that will tell you instantly when you e.g. access already deleted memory. This is actually a Google project from Clang/LLVM, so for LLVM users this might be old stuff, but it wasn’t for me :) Since documentation on every day use is still a bit scarce on the web, I’m dumping the gist of how to put it to good use here, especially in the Qt context …

For more information follow this link

Android has won: now what?

March 22, 2013 in Android, Firefox OS, Qt by Adrian Marius


Android has won: now what?

A little over five years after the creation of the Open Handset Alliance, Glyn Moody looks at Android’s global market position and the challenges that Google faces to avoid Android disappearing under a plethora of other companies’ interfaces and apps

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The Lazarus team is glad to announce the release of Lazarus 1.0.8.

March 21, 2013 in Linux, News, Qt by Adrian Marius

The Lazarus team is glad to announce the release of Lazarus 1.0.8.

This is a bug fix release, built with the current fpc 2.6.2. The
previous release 1.0.6 was built with 2.6.0.

Here is the list of changes for Lazarus and Free Pascal:
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/Lazarus_1.0_fixes_branch#Fixes_for_1.0.8
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/User_Changes_2.6.2

The release is available for download at SourceForge:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/lazarus/files/

Choose your CPU, OS, distro and then the “Lazarus 1.0.8” directory.

Minimum requirements:
Windows:       98, 2k, XP, Vista, 7, 32 or 64bit
FreeBSD/Linux: gtk 2.8 or qt4.5, 32 or 64bit
Mac OS X:      10.5, LCL only 32bit, non LCL apps can be 64bit

OpenGL in Qt 5.1 – Part 2

March 15, 2013 in Qt, Tutorial by Adrian Marius

This article continues our series on what is new in Qt 5.1 with respect to OpenGL. . The first installment can be found here.

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