Last week we announced the availability of the Qt 5.0 RC. Today, we are even happier to announce that the Qt 5.0 RC 2 is ready for download. That means that we are on target for the final release of Qt 5.0 and with the second RC making sure 5.0 is as stable as possible. ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Read Lars Knoll’s blog post here.
We are happy to announce the availability of the Qt 5 Release Candidate putting us so very close to the final Qt 5.0 release. Qt 5.0 brings improved performance and graphical capabilities plus flexibility and productivity. Make sure you download the Qt 5 RC and get ready for the Qt 5.0 final release coming really soon. Read the blog post here
Digia joins forces with KDAB & ICS to put on the premier Qt event of the year
Berlin: Nov 12-14
Santa Clara, California: Dec 5-7
We are pleased to announce that Qt Developer Days is happening this year in Europe and North America. Digia has joined forces with KDAB to put on European event and with ICS to put on the North American event. Learn more http://qt.digia.com/qtdeveloperdays
Aloha! Apologies for the radio silence from Digia’s side. We were finalizing the last bits and pieces of the acquisition of Qt from Nokia. The deal is now closed – YAY! Our goal is to advance Qt and make it the best framework out there. We can’t do this alone and look forward to working with the Qt ecosystem. Let’s do this together!
As the craziness of the transition settles and we finish combing through the hundreds of open items on our to-do lists, we are planning the next step forth for the future of Qt.
First order of the day: Let’s get Qt 5 out the door successfully. Let’s do it together!
As we gather our forces, we will be communicating and engaging more and more on this site. Bear with us as we regroup.
Please remember that we want Qt to succeed just as much as you do and we don’t want to do it alone. We need everyone in the community to chip in. Our hats off to Nokia for really pushing Qt to its full potential. Now, Digia takes over the task and together with the Qt Project, we plan to make Qt THE best cross-platform development framework out there.
We know that you have lots of questions. Many for which we don’t have answers to yet, but rest assured that we are working on it. We want to continue the conversation with you, so please continue engaging via the forums on this site as well as the mailing lists.
Our team is also working on updating and improving the http://qt.digia.com with product information. It is no small feat as we have taken in many of the pages on the qt.nokia.com site, so there will be broken links, bogus and old pages. Bear with us. If you see something crazy, we may or may not know about it, so please let us know.
You will see the Digia Qt team engaging more and more on the site and also contacting many of you for collaboration.
The Source is with Us!
Smiles from the Digia Qt team
The Qt Project released an update to Qt 4.8 shipping a number of bug fixes and improvements. At the same time, an new version of the Visual Studio Add-in with multiple fixes is available as well. Get both from our download page and read more about it on the Qt Blog blog.