Qt Jambi - Qt for Java


Qt is the de facto standard C++ framework for high performance cross-platform software development. Qt Jambi is the Qt library made available to Java. It is an open source technology aimed at all desktop programmers wanting to write rich GUI clients using the Java language, while at the same time taking advantage of Qt’s power and efficiency.

The technology provides new possibilities for both Java and C++ programmers: It enables Java developers to take advantage of Qt’s features from within Java Standard Edition 5.0 and Java Enterprise Edition 5.0 as well as later versions. In addition, Qt Jambi also enables C++ programmers to easily integrate their Qt code with Java by providing the Qt Jambi generator.

For more comprehensive description of what qt-jambi provides, see here.

This is new website released at 10.03.2012 after far too many delays. If you still want to see old website, it can be seen at http://old.qt-jambi.org.

Downloads

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Blog

I’m going to Akademy

Long time no posts. But it doesn’t mean that we have been doing nothing. Quite the contrary, actually.

More of it after (maybe?) more interesting thing:

If you want to talk about Qt, Java, Jambi or Whatever, feel free to poke me.

But, what... (read more)


Last month’s server problems

We had a week’s downtime which was followed by some short disturbances while bootstrapping the environment after getting the server back online. I’m trying to write down what actually happened in this post, so that me or anyone... (read more)


Yearly project news

Hello…again

It has been almost a year anything has happened to website portion of this project. Let me assure you, the development has not been in hiatus at same time. There has been grand development towards stable release of 4.7... (read more)


Newest issues

#306 New Tiziano Lattisi 28.07.2014 00:00 QMainWindow and QDialog fails to be garbage collected
#304 New João Almeida 07.05.2014 00:00 jar.qtjambi-examples fails to compile in Linux Mint 15 x64
#302 Need more info Anonymous 06.05.2014 00:00 Compilation Issue in Linux Mint 15 x64

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This page was updated at 20.03.2014