• How to Expose a Qt C++ Class with Signals and Slots to QML

    By GT March 29, 2020

    Application Development with QML is simple and powerful. But Qt C++ can be more performant, offers many features and is less error-prone. This post shows you how to create apps that take advantage of both languages. How to Communicate between C++ and QML Advantages of Coding in QML When to Use C++ Instead How to Access a C++ Object from …

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  • QML Hot Reload with Felgo Live for Qt

    By Alex March 26, 2020

    Beginning with the latest release of Felgo 3.4.0, developers can use QML Hot Reloading in their Qt and Felgo projects. This is a major step forward from QML Live Reload, available with the previous versions. Here are a few things you should know about QML Hot Reload, and how you can use it to speed up your development massively. The …

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  • Release 3.4.0: QML Hot Reload with Felgo Live

    By Alex March 18, 2020

    Felgo 3.4.0 introduces QML Hot Reload to cut the waiting times to build, deploy and iterate on Qt and Felgo projects. Hot Reload with Felgo Live allows you to change your QML & JavaScript source code and view the result in realtime. It applies QML, JavaScript and asset changes instantly on every connected device, immediately after saving. This reduces the …

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  • How to Support the iPhone X Notch or Android P Display Cutouts in your Mobile App

    How to Handle Safe Area Insets, Notch & Display Cutout for iPhone X, iPad X and Android P – 2020

    By GT March 14, 2020

    More and more mobile devices feature a notch (or display cutout, as it is called on Android). To handle this little monster, mobile app developers now face many new challenges. The trend is spreading fast and many manufacturers already announced new 2018 models with edge-to-edge screens. For example with Android P devices like Essential Phone, OnePlus 6, Oppo R15 Pro, …

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  • QML Hot Reload: Felgo presents hot new feature at Embedded World 2020!

    By markus.reutner@felgo.com March 5, 2020

    This year’s Embedded World exhibition & conference has concluded. Felgo attended as Qt Technology Partner at the Qt booth. Visitors were able to put their hands on one of our hottest new features: QML Hot Reload (pun intended!). Here’s a quick video of the demo right at the booth:  Short live demo of QML Hot Reload at the booth. …

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  • Cool Names for Games: How to Pick the Best Title in 2020!

    By Michael February 28, 2020

    With the large volume of games now being released on the App Store and Google Play, cool names for games are going to get harder and harder to come by. And it’s easy to see why you need a cool name for your game. The name you choose will have a massive impact on how you market your game. It’s …

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  • Embedded World 2020: Felgo participates in this year’s leading embedded conference & exposition

    By markus.reutner@felgo.com February 18, 2020

    Embedded World 2020 is taking place again and, as a first for us, we’re happy to be part of it with our own booth for the first time! It’s very interesting to see that embedded systems have already become ubiquitous. But, as time moves on, it’s less and less the hardware that makes the difference. It’s the flexibility & usability of …

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  • 49+ Mobile App Ideas and 12 Ways to Come Up with New Ideas in 2020

    By Michael February 15, 2020

    Coming up with a million-dollar mobile app idea could be really hard. What if there were 12 techniques that could help you generate new app ideas? It would be cool, right? Today, we’ll show you 12 ways how you can generate new mobile app ideas. Additionally, we’ll give you 49+ mobile app ideas, that you can take and start development, …

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  • The Best Free Music for Games – 19 Most Useful Sites for 2020

    By Michael February 7, 2020

    Every game needs music. For some developers, game music is just as important as their characters, game sounds, story line or UI. But equipment can be expensive, and recording is a tricky process. It takes time, talent and a budget to create an original soundtrack for a mobile game. And then there are developers that view music as an afterthought. …

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