May 23, 2014

June 23, 2014

Qt 5.3

Barring big problems, Qt 5.3.1 should be released this week, possibly Tuesday.

Current snapshot: http://download.qt-project.org/snapshots/qt/5.3/5.3.1/2014-06-19_118/

Qt Developer Days 2014

The Call for Papers for Qt Developer Days 2014 is now open and the  http://www.qtdeveloperdays.com/call-papers-information

The deadlines for submission are July 24 for Europe and August 15 for the United States.

Lars Knoll is proposing to remove WebKit from essentials into an add-on since further development of QtWebKit will not go much further. Qt WebEngine will replace it, over time.

Qt Contributors Summit 2014

Sponsoring Community Contributors: http://qt-project.org/groups/qt-contributors-summit-2014/wiki/QtCS14Spon...

Drawing Tablet support: https://qt-project.org/groups/qt-contributors-summit-2014/wiki/Graphics-tablets

Windows QtCS Session, MSVC compiler versions: https://qt-project.org/groups/qt-contributors-summit-2014/wiki/Qs2014Windows



About the author

Jon Trulson

Jon is a Senior Software Engineer that specializes in Linux/Unix and embedded systems development. Jon also contributes to technical presentations and the This Week in Qt blog for ICS.