Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Qt 5 Alpha Launches: Fluid Touch Experiences

Filed under

In what is seen as a major overhaul to the cross-platform application and user interface framework, Qt 5 Alpha has been released in advance of the full-blown iteration, which is expected later this year.

Under its Nokia parent, Qt appears to have transitioned to a state where it accommodates for (and promotes the adoption of) so-called "fluid touch based experiences" common to contemporary devices. Used extensively across the smartphone (and desktop) landscape, Qt also enjoys considerable deployment within embedded applications seen in areas such as medicine and healthcare.

rest here

More in Tux Machines

Security: Trezor, Kaspersky and Secure [sic] Enclave Processor

Android Leftovers

Linux-loving lecturer 'lost' email, was actually confused by Outlook

ON-CALL Friday means a few things at El Reg: a new BOFH. A couple of beers. And another instalment of On-Call, our weekly column in which we take reader-contributed tales of being asked to do horrible things for horrible people, scrub them up and hope you click. This week, meet “Newt” who a dozen or more years ago worked at a College that “decided to migrate from a Linux system to Microsoft Outlook with an Exchange back end.” Read more

Looks Like Debian GNU/Linux Runs on Quite a Few Mobile Devices, Including Pyra

Debian Project's W. Martin Borgert reports today that work on making the famous and widely-used Debian GNU/Linux operating system run on various mobile devices continues these days. Read more