Milian Wolff works at KDAB as a Software Engineer and contributes to Qt and KDE for quite some years now. Tooling in general is of huge interest to him: For KDAB he contributed to PhantomJS, a headless WebKit based on Qt, which is an incredibly useful tool for any web developer. Furthermore he worked on GammaRay, which is invaluable to any Qt developer. Within the KDE community, he is one of the most active contributors to KDevelop and Kate. He wrote the Massif-Visualizer, played around with a GDB based profiler and also looked into tooling around Linux malloc to investigate memory consumption, performance and fragmentation issues. Before he became a C++ developer, Milian worked as a web developer and thus knows the other side of the fence as well.
This presentation will show you how simple it is to setup the QtWebChannel. We will share some tips and tricks learned from using it in production. At the end some more creative use-cases will be shown, such as accessing C++ QObjects from within node.js.