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Etichetă: Qt

KDevelop & Kate KDE Sprint in Berlin

At the beginning of this month, KDE held a sprint for KDevelop and Kate, where a bunch of us met and coded like crazy.

I was the first to arrive, in the morning of the 7th of October and around 10, and since I couldn’t get in the apartment till 14 I had some time to kill. So I decided to go for a little sight seeing in the nearby park.

In the evening people started to arrive, and started coding before unpacking. My first impression of them was: „These people really love to code”.

Plasma 5 and KF5 demo at UOS 2015

Two weeks ago was the release of the latest and greatest Kubuntu.

Kubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet brought to the market one very important and very significant change: It’s among the first distros to ship with Plasma 5 and the new KDE Frameworks 5.

In celebration of this, together with Aaron Honeycutt, Rick Timmis and of course Jonathan Riddell, I held a presentation of our new Kubuntu at the Ubuntu Online Summit 2015.

Demonstrație Plasma 5 și KF5 la UOS 2015

Acum două săptămâni a avut loc lansarea celui mai nou și celui mai bun Kubuntu.

Kubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet a adus pe piață o schimbare importantă și foarte semnificativă: Este una dintre primele distribuții care este livrată cu Plasma 5 și KDE Frameworks 5.

Pentru a sărbători acest lucru, împreună cu Aaron Honeycutt, Rick Timmis și bineînțeles Jonathan Riddell, am susținut o prezentare cu noul nostru Kubuntu în cadrul a Summitului Online Ubuntu 2015.

Use an enum with custom values with QComboBox

Hello world.

Daily coding brings up new opportunities to search for and discover new ways to accomplish things. Perhaps not always the best solutions but, in time, we’re getting there. Today, life brought upon me a new challenge: simplify previously written code. Among other useful thing I will probably mention in future posts, one needed me to insert a enum with custom values in a QComboBox. I’ll jump right to it. Here’s my enum:

My first Qt application

Good bye Java swing, Hello Qt.

Cross platform is very searched for these days, especially with the number of Linux users growing. The need to build an application that can be used everywhere existed for a very long time, and what I intend to present here is not something new, it’s just new to me.

Qt, pronounced „cute”, is a library for C++, but not limited to that, that can be used to write code that can be compiled on/for almost any operating system, including Linux, OS X, Windows, Android, and iOS(still under development).