Qt Creator 4.3.0 released

We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 4.3.0!

Qt Quick Designer
For Qt Creator 4.3 we integrated a code editor into Qt Quick Designer. This allows you to use the Properties editor and the Navigator also while editing code. Additionally, you can split the view to show both the graphical and the code editor, and directly see how a change in the graphical editor affects the code, and vice versa. Of course, you can still use the code-only editor in the Edit mode as well.
There have been many more improvements and additions to Qt Quick Designer, like better support of stacked containers and a new tool bar for common actions. Please take a look at the blog post that focuses only on what is new in Qt Quick Designer.
If you use Qt Creator with CMake 3.7 or later, we now use the server-mode that was added to CMake 3.7 for

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Go 1.8.3 released

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Blockchains from the ground up

Using a scenario that begins with the exchange of apples for oranges, understand the essential concepts and advantages of blockchains.

By John Mathews

May 25 2017

This is part 1 of an introduction to the key features of a generalised blockchain. I haven’t included references to Bitcoin or any particular digital currencies or blockchain implementations. This is because a digital currency is just one application of blockchain technology.
Create a financial document that cannot be forged or disputed
Let’s imagine there is a village somewhere where people still trade by bartering. John has some apples whilst Lizzie has some oranges. John would like an orange, and offers Lizzie an apple in exchange. She accepts, and writes John a receipt.
Date: 1234
From: Lizzie
To: John
What: 1 Orange
Price: 1 Apple

So far, so good. The receipt is evidence of the transaction. The next day John wants an

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