Solid Performance. Stability. Long Term Supported.
Qt 5.12 Long Term Support (LTS), the new solid development base provides even better performance, refined experience, thousands of bug fixes. All that, with a three-year support.Get your latest Qt 5.12 LTS now and learn more in the release blog.
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Qt 5.12 LTS version is particularly well suited for users in production projects. Supported for 3 years, it provides a mature development base with
The Benefits of Adopting the Latest Qt and Drawbacks of Remaining Behind
Due to many customers relying upon Qt LTS releases, ensuring great performance and reliability is a big focus for the 5.12 edition. Besides the usual bug extermination, we didn't miss a chance to throw in a few crowd-pleasers. For a more comprehensive Qt Docs overview of new and improved features in Qt 5.12 LTS, visit here.
Proudly putting a graduation hat on these proven features!
WebGL streaming is a QPA plugin that sends (“streams”) OpenGL calls of your Qt Quick application over the network. Those are in turn translated into WebGL calls and thus can be rendered at HTML5 Canvas. Now you can have an application running on a remote host and render its GUI in a local web browser.
Qt Remote Objects (QtRO) is a cross-platform inter-process communication (IPC) module that extends Qt functionalities. One of the key features of Qt to enable this is the distinction between an objects API (defined by its Q_Property, Signals and Slots) and the implementation of that API.
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A complete overview of what's new in Qt 5.12 can be found at Qt 5.12 Documentation.