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mapbox-gl-native - Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in native Android, iOS, macOS, Node


A library for embedding interactive, customizable vector maps into native applications on multiple platforms. It takes stylesheets that conform to the Mapbox Style Specification, applies them to vector tiles that conform to the Mapbox Vector Tile Specification, and renders them using OpenGL. Mapbox GL JS is the WebGL-based counterpart, designed for use on the Web.If your platform or hybrid application framework isn’t listed here, consider embedding Mapbox GL JS using the standard Web capabilities on your platform.

antimony - CAD from a parallel universe


This work is a spiritual successor to kokopelli by way of fabserver. For more details and screenshots, look at this writeup.

qgroundcontrol - Dronecode cross-platform ground control station for drones (Android, iOS, Mac OS, Linux, Windows)


Source code for QGroundControl is kept on GitHub: https://github.com/mavlink/qgroundcontrol. Each time you pull new source to your repository you should run git submodule update to get the latest submodules as well. Since QGroundControl uses submodules, using the zip file for source download will not work. You must use git.

QDarkStyleSheet - A dark style sheet for QtWidgets application


A dark stylesheet for Qt applications (Qt4, Qt5, PySide, PyQt4, PyQt5, QtPy, PyQtGraph). You can use the setup script and pip install.




openauto - AndroidAuto headunit emulator


OpenAuto is an AndroidAuto(tm) headunit emulator based on aasdk library and Qt libraries. Main goal is to run this application on the RaspberryPI 3 board computer smoothly. AndroidAuto is registered trademark of Google Inc.

tiled - A generic tile map editor


Tiled is a general purpose tile map editor. It is meant to be used for editing maps of any tile-based game, be it an RPG, a platformer or a Breakout clone. Tiled is very flexible, for example there are no restrictions on map size, tile size or the number of layers or tiles. Also, it allows arbitrary properties to be set on the map, its layers, the tiles or on the objects. Its map format (TMX) is relatively easy to understand and allows a map to use multiple tilesets while also allowing each tileset to grow or shrink as necessary later.


hotspot - The Linux perf GUI for performance analysis.


This project is a KDAB R&D effort to create a standalone GUI for performance data. As the first goal, we want to provide a UI like KCachegrind around Linux perf. Looking ahead, we intend to support various other performance data formats under this umbrella. The main feature of hotspot is visualizing a perf.data file graphically.

Amarok - Music player for Linux and Windows


Amarok is a powerful music player for Linux, Unix and Windows with an intuitive interface. It makes playing the music you love and discovering new music easier than ever before - and it looks good doing it. It supports a complete overhaul of the iPod, iPad and iPhone support including solid support for device playlists.

linuxdeployqt - Makes Linux applications self-contained by copying in the libraries and plugins that the application uses, and optionally generates an AppImage


This Linux Deployment Tool, linuxdeployqt, takes an application as input and makes it self-contained by copying in the resources that the application uses (like libraries, graphics, and plugins) into a bundle. The resulting bundle can be distributed as an AppDir or as an AppImage to users, or can be put into cross-distribution packages. It can be used as part of the build process to deploy applications written in C, C++, and other compiled languages with systems like CMake, qmake, and make. When used on Qt-based applications, it can bundle a specific minimal subset of Qt required to run the application. This tool is conceptually based on the Mac Deployment Tool, macdeployqt in the tools applications of the Qt Toolkit, but has been changed to a slightly different logic and other tools needed for Linux.

QtSharp - Mono/.NET bindings for Qt


This project aims to create Mono/.NET libraries that wrap Qt (https://qt-project.org/) thus enabling its usage through C#. It relies on the excellent CppSharp (https://github.com/mono/CppSharp). It is a generator that expects the include and library directories of a Qt set-up and then generates and compiles the wrappers. While still in development, it should work with any Qt version when complete. There is no Qt included in the repository, users have to download and install Qt themselves. For now, Qt MinGW for Windows has been the only tested version. Qt for OS X and Linux are planned, Qt for VC++ has not been planned for now.The source code is separated into a library that contains the settings and passes the generator needs, and a command-line client. In the future a GUI client, constructed with Qt# itself, is planned as well.

qutebrowser - A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5.


A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5 and Qt. qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL.

cutelyst - A C++ Web Framework built on top of Qt, using the simple approach of Catalyst (Perl) framework


A Web Framework built on top of Qt, using the simple and elegant approach of Catalyst (Perl) framework. Qt's meta object system is what powers the core of Cutelyst, it allows for introspecting controller's methods signatures and generate matching actions that can be invoked later.

gImageReader - A Gtk/Qt front-end to tesseract-ocr.


gImageReader is a simple Gtk/Qt front-end to tesseract-ocr. The steps for compiling gImageReader from source are documented in the wiki.

nheko - No longer maintained - Desktop client for the Matrix protocol


The motivation behind the project is to provide a native desktop app for Matrix that feels more like a mainstream chat app (Riot, Telegram etc) and less like an IRC client. Currently the implementation is at best a proof of concept and it should only be used for testing purposes.

tufao - An asynchronous web framework for C++ built on top of Qt


You can generate documentation from the source code using Doxygen. The documentation will be put on the doc folder in the html and tex formats. There is also experimental support for Qt compressed help files. The library is under the LGPLv2 and public header files, documentation and examples are under MIT license.

aspia - Remote desktop and file transfer tool.


Remote desktop and file transfer tool. x86 or x86_64 CPU with SSE2 support, Windows 7/2008 R2 or higher.