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  • 10/25/13--13:41: Qt on Android Episode 1
  • I’d like to start a new series of blog posts focused on Qt on Android. The first article is about how it began, how it works, the current status, what to expect from 5.2 and what are my plans for … Continue reading

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  • 11/20/13--10:27: Qt on Android Episode 2
  •   In this article we’ll move forward and see how to set up the development environment for Android. A few remarks before we start: This article focuses on Qt 5.2! I’ll add comments for 5.1 though. Even you can use Windows … Continue reading

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  • 12/03/13--02:14: Be free Qt on Android
  • In my first article that I wrote about Qt on Android I gave you a small introduction on how the port began and where is it now. I wrote about the fact that in November 2012 I contributed the port … Continue reading

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  • 01/21/14--05:44: Qt on Android Episode 3
  • Update: Here you can read also the Chinese version, thanks goes to foruok AT 163 DOT com Use Qt on Android After we learned how to setup the development environment, we’ll move forward in this article and learn how to … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android Episode 3 appeared first on KDAB.


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    Urbi et Orbi A new year just started a few weeks ago, but Qt on Android doesn’t have time to rest :). The secret meeting At the beginning of the year I attended a very important workshop in Oslo. For … Continue reading

    The post The future of Qt on Android looks bright appeared first on KDAB.


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  • 04/07/14--11:11: Qt on Android Episode 4
  • erratum 2014-04-13: Updated Bundle Qt libs pros and cons. Update2: Here you can read also the Chinese version, thanks goes to foruok AT 163 DOT com After we’ve learned how to set up the development environment and how to use … Continue reading

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  • 11/25/14--05:06: Qt on Android Episode 5
  • Update: Here you have also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok After we’ve seen how to set up the development environment, how to use Qt on Android and what deployment systems are available and how to sign the final … Continue reading

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  • 01/21/15--06:55: Fun with Android
  • AKA: I know what you did last Christmas ! Hello folks, I’d like to share with you a few things that I did during this Xmas. Besides the fact I’ll never ever take a vacation before Xmas, because Brasov is … Continue reading

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  • 04/16/15--07:45: Qt on Android Episode 6
  • Update: Here you have also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok In the last Qt on Android episode we learned the basics of JNI on Android in a Qt way. In this episode I’d like to focus on tools that … Continue reading

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  • 05/27/15--10:05: Qt on Android Episode 7
  • Update: Here you have also the Chinese version, thanks goes to Foruok In the last two Qt on Android episodes we learned how to use basic JNI on Android and how to use an external IDE to easily manage the … Continue reading

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    I’d like to start a new series of Qt on Android articles, these will be small articles which will focus on useful features that you’ll need on Android but which don’t have any Qt API (yet). I’ll start with two … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android: How to run C++ code on Android UI thread appeared first on KDAB.


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    Motivation: Android SurfaceTexture is used by all Android classes that need to display (a lot of) frames, it can be used to display media player, camera, etc. You can also use it in combination with other players: OpenMAX, VLC, etc. … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android: How to create a zero-copy Android SurfaceTexture QML item appeared first on KDAB.


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    Sometimes we need to exchange images from Android world to Qt world and vice-versa, therefore in this article we’re going to see how to convert a QImage to an Android Bitmap and how to convert an Android bitmap and an … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android: How to convert Qt images to Android Images and vice-versa appeared first on KDAB.


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    To get you started on this, we’ll be using KDAB’s Android utils with the humble Toast. Toasts are small popups which are used to show the user some feedback. Check Google’s API guide for more info about toasts. The easiest … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android: How to use Android Toast appeared first on KDAB.


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    Some time ago, I wrote a code to restart the running application on Android. You might well ask why such a thing was needed. It was needed because there are cases where, whenever a user changes the theme, the application … Continue reading

    The post Qt on Android: How to restart your application appeared first on KDAB.


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    Starting with Qt 5.7, we added the ability to create Android services using Qt. In this article we’re going to see how to get started and also how to communicate between the two. Before we get started I want to add a big bold WARNING about the performance! Because the services are run in the […]

    The post Qt on Android: How to create an Android service using Qt appeared first on KDAB.


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    Android Things is Google’s answer to creating an environment for IoT devices. Take a slimmed down Android build, add some sensor-specific APIs, and provide it on a number of powerful pre-integrated micro-boards and you have a ready-made platform for building a host of upcoming IoT devices. Android Things can take advantage of many existing Android […]

    The post “Unboxing” the Android Things Developer Preview appeared first on KDAB.


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    While I was working on a yet-to-be-announced super secret and cool Qt on Android project, I had to do a lot of debugging. This way I found that debugging Qt apps on Android using QtCreator was ok, but it had some issues, which was kinda frustrating. First issue was that I could not debug on […]

    The post Perfect Debugging Experience with QtCreator on Android appeared first on KDAB.