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PropertyBinder class in Qt

In QML we have this super-cool feature that allows us to bind the property value of one object as a function of the property value of another object. For instance Item { width: anotherItem.width * 2 } In the example above, the width of one item is twice the width of another item. If for […]

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Acoustic Panels, Flooring, Full HD Projector, 320cm Screen, Kodi Home Theatre …

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In Aug this year, I dropped by at the Bangalore 2016 WhatHiFi event. Every piece of equipment that go into making a good home theater was featured in the event. On display were projectors, screens, speaker systems, amplifiers, seating furniture… Everything you would need to build a great home theater. Both desi and international brands were on […]

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Making technology training experiential

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Since 2003, I have been conducting corporate training programs on various subjects like Qt, OpenGL, VTK, GCF. At one point I was even teaching Linux Kernel and Device Driver Programming, thanks to my employment at Linux Learning Centre. Over the past 13 years, I have been able to observe certain meta-data about the training that […]

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OpenGL Course @ Havelsan, Ankara, Turkey

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What an awesome and intellectually satisfying time I had in Ankara, Turkey giving a course on OpenGL to 16 wonderful people at Havelsan.

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MacBook Pro – the best notebook I have ever bought!

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On February 2013, I bought a 15″ MacBook Pro Retina Display Notebook. It came with a 512GB solid state drive, 16 GB of RAM, 2.7 GHz i7 processor running Mac OS 10.8. Over the years I have upgraded the OS to Mavericks and now Yosemite. It will be 2 years since I bought the laptop in […]

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Simple JSON Parser / Serializer in Qt

Today XML and JSON are hot formats for data exchange. While Qt natively supports XML, it doesnt support JSON (well directly). Most developers use external libraries like qjson to serialize QVariantMap objects to a json-string and parse json-string into QVariantMap. One of the key disadvantages of using qjson (or maybe even other libraries) is the […]

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World Wide Economy Collapse – Explained!

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Machinery of the “Brain”

I have been reading this book called Tell-a-tale Brain from V. S. Ramachandran. I must say that his books are just as pleasing to read as it is to listening to his talks. The book brings together the author’s findings from several years of research about the human brain. With interesting tales, research findings and […]

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GCFApplicationServer and Clean-URLs

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GCFApplicationServer provides a neat platform for hosting Qt/GCF components and then accessing objects and their methods from an external system like a browser or remote GCF application. Up until GCF 2.5.0 we have been supporting AJAX style access to objects and their methods (available on GCFApplicationServer). Over the last week, we have implemented Clean-URL access […]

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GCF Version 2.5 Released

Bangalore, India (3rd May 2011) VCreate Logic announces the release of  GCF – Version 2.5. GCF (Generic Component Framework), based on Qt, allows developers to compose applications as a collection of components. GCF offers a ready made application architecture to manage loading, initialization and unloading of components, to configure components using XML files, to merge […]

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