The Qt Company has changed the licenses it supports on the open-source versions of its user-interface software framework, removing the LGPL2.1 version.
New portfolio integrates and extends existing industrial embedded tools to meet the demands of Industry 4.0
Digia, the company that took on the cross-platform Qt toolkit from Nokia, has formed a subsidiary to focus on the software.
Digia has launched a graphical user interface development suite based on Qt that is aimed at embedded devices running Linux and Android.
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