Seems quite interesting. I've been searching for this kind of application for a long time. I will be the one who will be eagerly waiting for your next update. I'm presently using Note taking app - SusuNote which is very slow. take this as a reference. you can download the app here: https://androidcrew.com/app/tedi.kakatsi.unicode
Now webcam settings are saved.
Enabled secondary plugins, and fixed segfaults and memleaks in GStreamer.
Fixed segfaults and memory leaks in MacOS.
Fixed GIF playback in FFmpeg.
Build now support MSYS2.
Added FreeBSD CI support in Cirrus CI.
Added static analysis with Codacy.
Added daily builds with Bintray.
Disabled hotplug support for FreeBSD.
Fixed manpage install.
Install paths now follow Qt install paths structure.
@VRonin Yes, this would be great. I had this topic on my agenda for a long time. I simply lacked the time to deal with it. It would be a great start for me if you would provide me with the scripts for Travis CI and Appveyor.
@raven-worx what is the purpose of a section called "Showcase" within the forum? Not being an English native, a definition for "showcase" is display, exhibit so I guess @reggie is doing something right, he's exhibiting (proudly) his tool which helps Qt developers dealing with Qt framework and their applications.
BTW, you have also used this forum section before.
New version of Nut with many improvements has been released. Some new feature line creating auto create model to filling in QTableView and etc.
Some new features will be merged within one week or two.
Please use/fork/join/feedback/... https://github.com/HamedMasafi/Nut
@JulienMaille apologies, I didn't get a notification about your message. As far as I know you're probably not going to be able to use the Microsoft 'Hosted' build agents for building Qt projects, I created my own build agent on a Linux VM.
@JKSH Thanks for your suggestions, with "high level" I mean a presentation of the Qt framework in total. I will be putting down a slide show so any kind of images to present and of course facts from official documentation is welcome. I have a very good basic knowledge of Qt, but it is one thing to know how to get your hands dirty and another to actually present and answer questions.