When consulting for Hyves, we wanted a light-weight widget that displays html and animated gifs (for smileys) for the chat client and for tooltips. The option to use Qt/WebKit was out since we intended to create numerous instances of this widget (it consumed lots of memory) and the rendering was not as fast we would like. […]
There are situations where you don’t want text to be selected and images to be dragged in your QWebView (See my previous post). Qt does not provide support out of the box, but this is fairly straightforward to do. I wrote a quick hack to demonstrate, get it here.
Almost a year back, I was looking for a maintainer for kdocker. I had practically given up, when out of the blue John contacted me to be the new maintainer. What more, he had already ported it Qt4! That made handing over maintainership to him a no-brainer
Also, KDocker is now moved from sourceforge to launchpad. […]
Integrating the web into desktop apps is now incredibly easy thanks to Qt WebKit. Qt WebKit also allows us to embed any Qt widget inside the html. This feature makes it extremely tempting to develop full blown desktop applications using Qt WebKit – your interface is entirely designed using html/css (instead of .ui) and you […]
It’s been a year and a half since my good friend Roopesh and I started this company, ForwardBias Technologies. Starting our own business has been nothing short of exhilarating and fabulous. Estimating turnover, pricing, talking to customers, deciding company vision/direction is all very very thrilling!
Since inception, we have been focusing our energies on Qt consulting. […]