June 2016

  June 2016 Qt Beginners

Qt for Beginners Webinar Series On-Demand

ICS’ popular Qt for Beginners Webinar Series wraps up on Thursday, June 23 at 1:00 pm EDT with a Q & A session (Register Now >>). We hope you can join us! Parts 1-4, which cover everything from getting started to widgets to QML and more, are now available on demand to watch at your convenience. Watch Now >>

  QNX   Real Beauty, Real Time with QNX and Qt – July 26, San Diego
Build Your Own Touchscreen Device with TI Sitara Starter Kit
This free workshop bridges the gap between the hardware and software of embedded devices. Learn how to write a working touchscreen application built in C++ and Qt, and install it on a device. Enroll Now >>
  Automotive   In Automotive Retailing UX Rubber Hits the CX Road
For any business, both user experience and customer experience are essential. But it is the focus on customer experience that leads companies to build products and provide services people want to buy. And meeting the needs of the market by satisfying revenue-generating customers is key. Read More >>
Welcome to summer and the June edition of the ICS newsletter. Our popular Qt for Beginners webinar series wraps up this month and all the sessions are available on demand — I hope you have a chance to watch. We’ve seen amazing interest in this series, which underscores the continued growth of Qt and the strength of its use across many applications. This corresponds with our customers’ projects increasing use of Qt across the industrial, medical, robotics and automotive IVI industries. Finally, I also invite you to check out our many technical Qt and OpenGL blogs and upcoming events to find what interests you.
Peter Winston

Peter Winston
  Intro to Python, Parts 1 & 2

Intro to Python, Parts 1 & 2
C++ offers Qt programmers a number of benefits, including performance and scaling. But, it’s cumbersome and complex. Scripting language Python is a powerful alternative that’s easier to use. In these first installments in a three-part series, Jeff Tranter walks you through an overview and shows you how to develop object-oriented graphical Qt-based applications in Python. Read More >>
  iPhone Moment

Did the Auto Industry’s iPhone Moment Just Happen?
In March, billionaire Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, took a page from the Apple playbook and introduced a new model packed with innovative features that had industry watchers salivating. All-electric drivetrain. Emergent autonomous capability. Large touchscreen display. Affordable price. But it was a tease as the new Model 3 wouldn’t start shipping for more than a year. How would consumers react? Read More >>
  The Lite Mobile Site

The Lite Mobile Site: Designing a User Experience for Slower Internet
Though many internet users — particularly those in emerging markets — lack access to high-speed connections, all users expect fast load speeds and a seamless surfing experience. This blog explores what is necessary to make the mobile web sustainable for all users, including developing simplified versions of content that can be easily processed by slower mobile web subscriptions. Read More >>
  Programming with Qt for Embedded Devices

Programming with Qt for Embedded Devices, Silicon Valley, July 11 - 15
Embedded development is at an all-time high across many industries. This hands-on, 5-day course focuses on developing modern applications for embedded systems and touchscreens using Qt and Qt Quick. The class utilizes real development boards with touchscreens for each participant and introduces students to working with embedded touchscreen systems. If you can dream it, we can build it, together. Learn more and save a seat for you and a colleague before they are gone! Enroll Now >>
  Raspberry Pi Update   Raspberry Pi Update
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, the third-generation of the UK’s best-selling personal computer, offers a faster 1.2 GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, built-in 802.11n Wireless LAN, and on-board support for Bluetooth. Learn more about these and Raspberry Pi 3’s other key features. Read More >>
  Programming with Qt for Desktops   Programming with Qt for Desktops, Silicon Valley, August 8 - 12
This is a 5-day, in-depth introduction to Qt programming, primarily focusing on using Qt Widgets and the associated development tools,  such as Qt Designer and Qt Creator. Students will experience the challenges of cross-platform development with exercises that involve porting applications from Windows to MacOS (or vice versa). Enroll Now >>

Upcoming Events

      Intel Developer Forum, San Francisco, CA, August 16 - 18
ICS is exhibiting at IDF16, where over 6,000 attendees are eager to get hands-on with what’s next in technology! Intel plans to continue focus on key areas around data center software and security, Internet of Things (IOT), technology and research and mobile devices. Learn More >>
      Qt World Summit 2016 – San Francisco, CA, October 18 - 20
Save the Date!
ICS will be a key sponsor at the Qt World Summit which is returning to San Francisco, CA for its 13th occurrence. Leading technology innovators, industry experts, startups, and device creators will share their insight on the future of cross-platform application development
cross-platform application developmentLearn More >>