GCF Version 2.4 Released

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 GUI offered by different components into a single application container widget, to have components easily […]

Internet Explorer 9

I downloaded “Internet Explorer 9 Beta” a couple of weeks ago. I have been consistently using it since then. I must say that the experience so far has been awesome! Browsing is smoother – Windows 7 Integration is nice! – It is much much much much faster than IE8 – It renders most of the […]

Why is work = giving-presentations?

Have you noticed that almost any ad/movie about a guy or gal doing work has something to do with giving-presentations? And usually the presentation has a chart (line-graph going up or bar chart growing taller) and then everybody in the room listening to the presentation is wearing full 3 piece suit and shining glasses. Each […]

Moving to CMake

Over the past few weeks we have been playing around with CMake and we figured that it would be a good idea to have GCF build-able using CMake. There are a few open-source projects that make use of GCF with CMake anyway; we figured it would be a good idea to have a CMake build-system […]