Technical vision for Qt 6

7 years ago, Qt 5 was released. Since then, a lot of things have changed in the world around us, and it is now time to define a vision for a new major version. This blog post captures the most important points that can and should define Qt 6. Qt 6 will be a continuation […] The post Technical vision…

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