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@JR You're welcome :) Personally I neither had any experience in writing iOS apps nor have the necessary hardware/keys/certificates for that. So any input on the subject will be useful (but I doubt that it will be possible to make any enhancements based on that).
@kshegunov Hello there well that is nice it just so happens that I have wrapping and other things for QFile, QDir, QFileInfo, QFileSystemWatcher, QMimeType ect. IMHO There is only a couple of ways to get around the whole imperative vs declarative subject and that would take a real long talk. I think that history of qml./qtquick is what was the issue. where symbian was the core target for a minute. This has sense beached out to all form factors.
Here is where things start to get a little odd for me when making wrapping and plugin libs for qml ( I have about 40 of them ) When is the point when I say "no you should not do this , this way" thus taking the declarative out of the picture. A good example in the lib above would be connectionNames in QSql it is such a great feature that I just could not drop it. But then that made it so to be able to use one has to make connection points based on there string names.
There are other things also like storage in memory with different strings that might be sensitive that QSqlDatabase::addDatabase even talks about in there docs .
For save session across requests you can use instance of QNetworkCookieJar class, like this:
// And in next step you can reuse this request or create new NetworkRequest and sent cookies to them
Thanks for suggestion again. We added patch which allow you to use overloaded method and pass a container of links to load!:)
Fixed problems when recording.
Added timer and flash when taking photos.
Better virtual camera management.
Added Virtual camera support for Windows.
Added GIF recording support (FFmpeg only).
Improved webcam format selection.
Included QtQuick software renderer in intallation (Windows).
Added play on start option.
Added C++11 support for Clang build.
Is this library stable? If not, when stable version will be released?
It depends on what you mean by stable.
If you mean the API, then probably you can safely say it's stable. I don't plan any (big) changes in the API. As for the binaries, it is binary compatible.
If you mean performance, I suppose it's stable enough. I have a project deployed with it and hadn't had any problems yet. Also it was reported by @madababi that the library works fine on Raspberry PI (with proper cross-compiling of course). There's always the possibility of minor bugs, but it should be fully functional.