This Week in Qt

A Weekly Update for Qt Developers

Stay current with the latest Qt news with This Week in Qt, a weekly blog published by the ICS Qt Experts. We read all the Qt blogs, mailing lists, forums, social media outlets, etc. and condense the info to quickly highlight the most important Qt happenings for developers short on time.

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-A new PDF rendering module is available - QPdfDocument: -Qt 5.9.0 is now in feature freeze.
Qt 5.8.0 was released: Qt Creator 4.2.1 was released:
 -A feature freeze for Qt 5.9.0 is coming up in two weeks. -Due to some blockers that were found, Qt 5.8.0 could not be released last week as planned. The current plan is to release Qt 5.8.0 today.
-New Qt 5.8.0-rc snapshots are up at: If there are no major problems, official 5.8.0 is expected to be released tomorrow. -The Qt Remote Objects playground project wants to be upgraded to a full Qt project. A Tech Preview is available in Qt 5.9.0:
-A Qt 5.8.0 release candidate is now available: -A new RC snapshot should be available later this week. Jan. 17 is the target for an official Qt 5.8.0 release. -As of Jan. 2, 2017, a feature freeze is in effect for Qt 5.9.0.
- Qt 5.7.1 has been released: - Qt Creator 4.2 has been released: - The current target for Qt 5.8.0 RC release is December 20. -Qbs version 1.7.0 has been released: - Qt World Summit recordings are now available...
-There is a discussion on a new approach to Qt main() proposed by Morten Sorvig: -Konstantin Tokarev has been nominated for for Approver status. Currently, he's responsible for QtWebKit and is working on the new version QtWebkit NG. Both of these projects are outside Qt itself. -Antti Määttä has been...
-Qt Creator 4.2 RC1 has been released: -Discussion on Qt 5.9 has started on the development list: - Release status: 5.6.3, Start creating the release in Jan/Feb 2017 for official release in Mar/Apr 2017.  5.7.1, New blocker found....
Qt Visual Studio Tools 2.0 has been released:
Qt 5.8.0 beta has been released. Find it here: