Today, June 16, 2016, the Qt Company was proud to announce the final release and general availability of the long-anticipated Qt 5.7 GUI (Graphical User Interface) toolkit for all supported platforms.
As many of you expected, Qt 5.7 is a major release that brings exciting new features and technologies for any and all Qt application developers out there, no matter if they're using a GNU/Linux distribution or the latest Windows 10 and macOS operating systems.
Qt 5.7 GUI toolkit arrives three months after the previous major update, Qt 5.6, and it looks like it's a worthy upgrade, bringing support for Raspberry Pi 3 devices, a port of the Qt NFC API (Application Programming Interface) to Google's Android mobile operating system, Qt Creator 4.0, and new functionality in existing modules.
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