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Developing information systems, we often meet the need to process data of various volumes. However, the stored data alone rarely can provide the necessary information to the user, especially not possessing special knowledge in the field of information technology. For the best perception, the data must be interpreted in a convenient form. The most suitable forms for this are various reports, as well as, of course, visualization - graphs, charts, maps and infographics that Tabelau allows.
Newsletter Milo - November
As every month - we share our Newsletter with you. This time a little about the new code model in Qt Creator. We also have a tip on how to make 5-hour workdays more productive and information about NASA's plans for the new Voyager mission.
Flutter from C++/Qt developer perspective
Giving new life to old, unused stuff always brings a lot of joy to the helpless nerd like me. Recently I connected Raspberry pi to my old stereo amplifier - WS-303. It was bought by my father in the mid-'80s so it still remembers the communist era in Poland! :). I wanted to steer it with a remote control. Here is my justification for the idea of writing a Mopidy client in Flutter.
Newsletter Milo - October
If you just want to see some amazing astronomical pictures, you are welcome to our October newsletter. You will also find a lot of information from the IT industry in a broad sense, and, as usual, popular science news.
Qt containers and COW
For as long as Qt exists, there has been a big question: should I use Qt or std containers? QVector or std::vector? In terms of API, such talk mostly gets reduced to terms of personal preferences. But there is a killer feature that brings Qt containers on top of std single-handedly. Copy-on-Write, or COW.
Newsletter Milo - September
After a month of break, we come back to you with the newsletter. In the latest you will find information on: update of the Vcperf tool, CRUD interfaces, new open source framework from IBM, explanation of the black hole paradox.
Adobe Xd, InVision, Figma, Sketch - tools for UX/UI Design
Today there are many tools on the market for both Low Fidelity and High Fidelity prototyping and mockup design. This article will compare 4 of the most powerful, versatile, and most popular programs. These will be Adobe Xd, Figma, Sketch, and InVision. What are the differences between them? We will describe their functionality and capabilities, advantages and disadvantages. We will also tell you which program we chose and why.
Newsletter Milo - July
To make tradition come true - we have a Newsletter for you. What's in it? The great return of QtMultimedia, as usually - another release of the latest Qt version, recommendations on how to design secure APIs and great video about cybersecurity. And also a lot of popular science information!
Design principles based on Nielsen Heuristics
Nielsen Heuristics is a well-known and proven set of best practices in mobile, web, and desktop application design. They can be considered a basic checklist, useful in evaluating the usability of a website or mobile application. The heuristics presented by Nielsen is still applicable today and is increasingly considered not only in the context of UX but also in conjunction with SEO.
Newsletter Milo - June
In the June Newsletter, you will find a lot of information: Viking Software, WireGuard, RedXOR, Flutter, Dobble, Percy rover - these are the keywords of our Newsletter, which was prepared as usually by Tomasz Siekierda, our Deputy Head of Qt Department. We invite you to read.