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Thomas McGuire
Thomas McGuire
KDAB

QtWebChannel - Bridging the Gap between HTML and Qt

The new QtWebChannel module is a ready-to-use solution to make any QObject accessible to arbitrary JavaScript clients. KDAB already uses it in production for a client project on embedded devices, where it proofed to be an essential part for the HTML app framework embedded in a QML chrome.


Cameron Kiddle
Calgary Scientific Inc.

From the Desktop to the Mobile Cloud: Extending your Qt Widget Desktop Application as a Back-end Service

With the rise of the mobile workforce and rapid growth of mobile technology, the way in which users access their software applications is changing. People want to use their software anywhere and on any device. Additionally, the continued growth of cloud computing has spurred companies to adopt new deployment models for their applications. By deploying their applications on the cloud, companies aim to reduce capital expenditures by taking advantage of the increased elasticity that cloud platforms provide for adapting to changing usage patterns.

Pierre Rossi
Pierre Rossi
The Qt Company

QtWebEngine: learning to walk

QtWebEngine was developed in the open almost from the very beginning,  but only this year has it reached a point where we consider it ready to be used in production. Over time, we have grown confident that this approach is providing the benefits that we were after, namely a better web standard compliance, good performance and a sound architecture to build on top of and integrate web contents into Qt.

Lauri Nevala
Lauri Nevala
The Qt Company

Give a push to your Qt application with WebSockets and Qt Cloud Services

WebSockets is an advanced technology that makes it possible to establish an interactive communication session between an online client application and a server. With WebSockets you can send messages to a server and receive event-driven responses without having to poll the server for a reply.

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