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We have now released the 1.3.0 version of the Charts which brings Polar and Boxplot charts and some API enhancements. As usual the package... read more
It has been a month since we released Qt 5.1 Beta and I am extremely happy to announce that the Qt 5.1 Release Candidate 1 is now available.... read more
October 7-9: Berlin November 6-8: San Francisco We are happy to announce that registration (Berlin only) AND Call for Papers (both... read more
It happens seldomly, but a couple of weeks ago I had the chance to look at some parts of the Windows Runtime port again and now I have some... read more
Qbs has reached a state where it’s conveniently possible to build projects of the complexity of Qt Creator. Therefore it deserves a... read more
Today we release the Qt Creator 2.8 beta. Thanks to the 60 individual contributors to this version, it comes with a large amount of new... read more
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