Author archives: Zoltán Balogh

SDK Planning for 16.10

On your mark!

We have a clear commitment for the upcoming cycle: We will make it faster! One might ask what exactly we want to make faster and how much faster? From the point of SDK the most important place for performance improvements are the applications and all the consumers of the UI Toolkit. So ...

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The Next Generation SDK

Up until now the basic architecture of the SDK IDE and tools packaging was that we have packaged and distributed the QtCreator IDE and our Ubuntu plugins as separate distro packages which strongly depend on the Qt available in the same release.

Since 14.04 we have been jumping through hoops to provide the very ...

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Sprinting for convergence

Convergence is all around. Our deeply loved UI Toolkit, what was primarily targeting touch environments is converging to where users might have keyboards and pointer devices. But that is just one point. The innovative track for Ubuntu is called Snappy and at the same time the SDK is converging to the desktop. We move to ...

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