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For a few months now, we have been working on a new project under the codename Boot to Qt, and today we launch it as a technology preview.... read more
Digia has supported Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in their electric car project called Electric Raceabout (E-RA). This cool... read more
If you want to create a QML application where the UI responds well to window resizing, the toolbox that Qt Quick offers has been somewhat... read more
I am happy to announce that we have today released Qt 5.1 Beta. We are now a major step closer to release Qt 5.1.0, which is expected before... read more
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