Qt 5.4.1

A cross-platform application framework for desktop and embedded development

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What's new in Qt 5.4.1:

  • Qt 5.4.1 restores binary compatibility for Qt 5.3.2 (and the Qt 5 series) on Windows. Unfortunately Qt 5.4.0 broke binary compatibility on Windows when using MSVC 2012 or MSVC 2013, which is now fixed in Qt 5.4.1, and thus it maintains backward and forward compatibility with the Qt 5 series (except for Qt 5.4.0). Qt 5.4.1 also fixes many of the known issues of Qt 5.4.0, including building Qt on Linux without dbus (QTBUG-43205). Starting with Qt 5.4.1, QtDBus is enabled for all builds.
  • Other important fixes in Qt 5.4.1 include enabling JIT by default in the Qt Quick Engine (QTBUG-43171), a couple of critical fixes to OpenGL (QTBUG-43178 and QTBUG-43318), and fixes to Mac binaries (QTBUG-42594, QTBUG-43100). Qt 5.4.1 also provides a large number of improvements to WinRT (for example QTBUG-41769, QTBUG-43862, and QTBUG-44196), and adds support for Windows 10 Technical Preview (QTBUG-43413).
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Qt provides developers with a well-built framework and the corresponding tools to systemize application and / or GUI creation. Qt also comes packing an integrated development environment (IDE) sporting designer tools as well as on-device debugging capabilities. To round things up, Qt adds a simulator and local and remote compilers alongside support for internationalization and device toolchains.

The basis of Qt resides in the C++ programming language boosted by a one-of-a-kind Meta Object Compiler code generator as well as a number of macros. Being a cross-platform programming environment, the applications you create can be run across Windows, Mac, Linux, Solaris and even mobile.

The QT Quick component helps you achieve interfaces in the least possible time frame, only requiring knowledge of JavaScript, HTML and CSS. The framework of Qt comes packing intuitive class libraries and the learning curve relies exclusively on your know-how. You can access features such as SQL database and thread management, unified API (Application Programming Interface), network support or XML parsing.

Hardware-accelerated graphics and QML (Qt Meta Language) support have also been introduced in order to produce greater results in 3D applications as well as better experience for mobile phones sporting touchscreen technologies. Qt also provides a broad range of bindings for various programming languages such as Ada, C#, .NET, Java, Lisp, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python or Ruby.

The bottomline is that Qt brings all the right tools to the table when it comes to highly readable, easily maintainable and reusable code alongside high runtime performance and small footprint. Its ease-of-use and the fast learning curve makes it the perfect environment to start your application projects in and develop them into great cross-platform software.

Qt was reviewed by , last updated on February 24th, 2015

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