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19-Mar-2019 3:26 PM

Qt Roadmap for 2019

19-Mar-2019 3:26 PM

It has been a great start into 2019! We recently released Qt 5.12 which comes with multiple performance improvements and thousands of bug fixes– it’s a great release to base your work upon. But we have more in the works: Python language bindings, tools for developers and designers,...

19-Mar-2019 3:26 PM

Beta for Qt for WebAssembly Technology Preview

19-Mar-2019 3:26 PM

WebAssembly is a bytecode format intended to be executed in a web browser. This allows an application to be deployed to a device with a compliant web browser without going through any explicit installation steps. The application will be running inside a secure sandbox in the web browser, making it...

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

Qt for WebAssembly

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

You may have seen the news that Qt Project released Qt for WebAssembly tech preview.We use Emscripten to compile Qt into something that runs in a web browser from a web server. Instead of compiling and deploying for multiple platforms, the idea is to compile and deploy on a web server for any...

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

Qt for WebAssembly – check out the examples!

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

WebAssembly is now supported by all major web browsers as a binary format for allowing sand-boxed executable code in web pages that is nearly as fast as native machine code. Qt for WebAssembly makes it possible to run Qt applications on many web browsers without any download steps or special server...

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

Remote UIs with WebGL and WebAssembly

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

A frequently requested feature by Qt customers is the possibility to access, view and use a Qt-made UI remotely.However, in contrast to web applications, Qt applications do not offer remote access by nature as communication with the backend usually happens via direct functions call and not over...

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

Getting Started With Qt for WebAssembly

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

We’ve previously blogged about some of the features of Qt for WebAssembly. In this blog post we’ll take a look at how to get started: building Qt, building your application, and finally deploying the application.If you would like to know more about this topic, then please join me for the Qt for...

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

Using Docker to test Qt for WebAssembly

19-Mar-2019 3:25 PM

There has been lots of excitement around WebAssembly and more specifically Qt for WebAssembly recently. Unfortunately, there are no snapshots available yet. Even if there are, you need to install a couple of requirements locally to set up your development environment. I wanted to try it out and the...

7-Mar-2019 2:28 PM

Running WebAssembly from any language

7-Mar-2019 2:28 PM

Using the new Wasmer C bindings, it is now possible to run WebAssembly code from a variety of programming languages that support calling C APIs including C, C++, Python, PHP and many more!In this article, we will make a simple wasm application using C and Emscripten and then run it using the Wasmer...

7-Mar-2019 2:28 PM

Running WebAssembly from any language

7-Mar-2019 2:28 PM

Using the new Wasmer C bindings, it is now possible to run WebAssembly code from a variety of programming languages that support calling C APIs including C, C++, Python, PHP and many more!In this article, we will make a simple wasm application using C and Emscripten and then run it using the Wasmer...

25-Feb-2019 10:04 PM

Running WebAssembly 100x faster 🔥

25-Feb-2019 10:04 PM

We’ve been working steadily to get Wasmer to execute WebAssembly modules on the server-side as fast as possible.Before getting into details, it’s essential to understand how Wasmer works under the hood to see what could be improved.When a user executes a WebAssembly file with Wasmer, the following...

25-Feb-2019 10:04 PM

Running WebAssembly 100x faster 🔥

25-Feb-2019 10:04 PM

We’ve been working steadily to get Wasmer to execute WebAssembly modules on the server-side as fast as possible.Before getting into details, it’s essential to understand how Wasmer works under the hood to see what could be improved.When a user executes a WebAssembly file with Wasmer, the following...

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly & CloudABI A match made in heaven

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly is a great technology. It brings ubiquity to our applications, so they can run anywhere: from browsers to servers, from Windows to Unix, from Desktop to Mobile…I know, JavaScript already does that! 🚶‍♂️ …but not that fast though. 🏃‍♂️So once applications are compiled to WebAssembly,...

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly & CloudABI

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly is a great technology. It brings ubiquity to our applications, so they can run anywhere: from browsers to servers, from Windows to Unix, from Desktop to Mobile…I know, JavaScript already does that! 🚶‍♂️ …but not that fast though. 🏃‍♂️So once applications are compiled to WebAssembly,...

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly & CloudABI

13-Feb-2019 10:17 PM

WebAssembly is a great technology. It brings ubiquity to our applications, so they can run anywhere: from browsers to servers, from Windows to Unix, from Desktop to Mobile…I know, JavaScript already does that! 🚶‍♂️ …but not that fast though. 🏃‍♂️So once applications are compiled to WebAssembly,...

4-Feb-2019 10:00 PM

Cranelift library tackles WebAssembly execution

4-Feb-2019 10:00 PM

Mozilla and Fastly Labs have led development of the Cranelift open source library, which translates functions for the WebAssembly portable code format for the web into native machine-code functions, for efficient execution. Cranelift can also be used for running WebAssembly code outside the...

29-Jan-2019 11:00 AM

Blazor now runs on a server: What you should know

29-Jan-2019 11:00 AM

It’s a year or so since Microsoft unveiled Blazor, its tool for running .Net code in the browser. It’s been an eventful year with several releases, each adding more and more code compatibility. Now described as “full-stack web development with C#,” Blazor runs on both clients and servers.Built on...