15 December 2011 - Digia, Qt Commercial is pleased to release Qt Commercial 4.8 and it is now available for download for customers in the Qt Commercial support portal or as a free 30-day trial in our download area.
Qt Commercial 4.8.0 includes several important improvements and error corrections for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris desktop. In addition, there are many improvements and support for new embedded and real-time operating systems.
- Stability and performance improvements
- Threaded OpenGL and http
- New public API's: Localization and IP multicast
- Windows Embedded Standard and Compact 7 support
- INTEGRITY real-time operating system support
- QNX real-time operating system support (beta)
- Qt on embedded Linux still supported
- Xcode 4.2 support
In addition to the new functionality, Qt Commercial 4.8.0 contains 358 important improvements and error corrections over the 4.7.4 release, as well as new Webkit with 704 improvements and fixes compared to the previous Webkit version. Compared to the open-source Qt 4.8.0 there are 118 additional improvements in the Qt Commercial 4.8.0. Digia has contributed all these, and a large amount of other items to the open-source for inclusion to later Qt releases.
Qt Commercial 4.8.0 provides official support to several new platforms. These new platforms include Windows Embedded Standard 7, Windows Embedded Compact 7, QNX and INTEGRITY real-time operating systems, as well as official support to RedHad Enterprise Linux, and Solaris. You can have a look at all of our supported platforms here.
Find out more about the Qt Commercial 4.8 release in our developer blog post here.
Qt Commercial 4.8.0 - Qt Commercial Customers Get It Now
Download Qt Commercial 4.8.0 from your Qt Commercial Support Portal: http://qt.digia.com/customerportal
Not a Qt Commercial Customer Yet? Try it for Free!
Download Qt Commercial and take it for a 30-day free ride. With a Qt Commercial license you get on-demand Qt support and the security of Digia behind you with a full offering able to help you with your Qt development project. Download here: http://qt.digia.com/downloads
Have a look at the Qt Commercial 4.8.0 release notes here.