We have been working on transferring Qt documentation under qt.io and would like to have your feedback on the work so far. All improvement suggestions are welcome. We have a meta-bug opened on the Qt bugtracker where you can add your findings.
The new documentation can be found at http://doc.qt.io/
So what has changed?
- New layout and style to match qt.io style
- New documentation publishing process (this is mostly for the benefit of the documentation team)
- All documentation will be (eventually) transferred under the same location
The upcoming Qt 5.4.0 release will see the Qt 5.4.0 documentation only on the qt.io site, along with downloads.
The other parts of the documentation will also move to the new site in due time. However with that we need to make sure that we have working redirects in place. The web is full of links to the documentation and we want to make sure people don't end up on a 404 page. So we are not hurrying the move, the redirects need to go right on the first try.
But now we are looking forward to your comments on the new look and feel of the documentation!
Download the latest release here: www.qt.io/download.
Qt 5.15 was developed with a strong focus on quality and is a long-term-supported (LTS) release that will be supported for 3 years.
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