Topic: digia

Qt framework celebrates its 20th anniversary

Qt, the cross-platform C++ application development framework, turned 20 years old this week. Currently maintained by The Qt Company, a subsidiary of Digia, the Qt framework’s first release of Qt 0.90 took place on May 20, 1995. The company is currently preparing for the impending release of Qt 5.5 in late June. Lars Knoll, Qt’s … continue reading

Replacing the password, Amazon’s first quarter financial results, and Qt 3.4—SD Times news digest: April 24, 2015

A PayPal executive wants to change the way we think about and use passwords. In a presentation by Jonathan LeBlanc, head of global developer advocacy at PayPal, he detailed a variety of ways to replace the password, from biometrics to wearables. “As long as passwords remain the standard methods for identifying your users on the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 20, 2014—HTC One Windows Phone, Qt updates, and VisuAlgo

HTC now offering a Windows Phone software version for the HTC One (M8) HTC is adding a new software option to its HTC One (M8) smartphone. The company recently unveiled the HTC One (M8) for Windows as a Version exclusive. “Consumers love the HTC One (M8), and today’s introduction extends that enthusiasm to new audiences … continue reading

Digia gives Qt its own company

Digia is giving the Qt cross-platform framework more room to roam. The longstanding GUI application framework, developed by Digia and the Qt Project since 2011, is moving to its own company under the Digia banner. Digia CTO and Qt chief maintainer Lars Knoll explained the reasoning behind the shift in a blog post laying out … continue reading

Nokia sells off remaining Qt assets

The cross-platform application and UI framework is sold off as Nokia focuses on Microsoft’s Windows phone system … continue reading

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