Qt 6.0.0 軟體資訊介紹&下載

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AnyDesk 是市場上最快的遠程桌面軟件。它允許使用當前遠程桌面軟件無法實現的新的使用場景和應用程序。從任何地方訪問您的所有程序,文檔和文件,而不必將您的數據委託給雲服務。您只需下載並啟動 1.2 MB 程序文件,即可開始使用。無需安裝或(網絡)配置。 AnyDesk 是市場上最快的免費遠程桌面軟件.

AnyDesk 特點:

Framerate
AnyDesk 通過本地網絡傳輸每秒 60 幀,許多互聯網連接。這比遠程桌面應用程序的任何操作簡單得多,並且使得屏幕上的移動盡可能的順利,因為大多數 PC 顯示器也以每秒 60 幀的速度運行。 AnyDesk 使無混亂工作可能。

Latency
在最低級別的延遲對於在遠程桌面上工作至關重要。等待時間越短,遠程 PC 響應您的輸入就越快。由於互聯網連接在將數據從一台電腦傳輸到另一台電腦時總是會產生一定的延遲,因此盡可能少地增加賬單是非常重要的。在本地網絡中,AnyDesks 的延遲低於 60 毫秒,不再可察覺.

Traffic
如果通過互聯網連接使用遠程桌面軟件,最高帶寬效率是決定性因素。對於像 UMTS 這樣的移動連接尤其如此。 AnyDesks 的帶寬效率使得從 100kB / s 的可用帶寬流利地執行辦公任務成為可能。但是在帶寬較低的情況下,AnyDesk 仍然比競爭對手錶現得好得多.

Access
忘記了低可靠性和繁瑣的防火和害羞; 牆上的避諱; 害羞; 口糧。使用你的自信和害羞的電腦從任何害羞的地方,不管有沒有頭和羞澀,疼痛。無論是五分鐘還是五個小時 - 你都不會注意到 AnyDesk 在那裡。你的自信和害羞; AnyDesk-ID 是你的桌子和害羞的關鍵; 最重要的是你所有的應用程序,照片,文件和害羞的文件和文件。而你的數據保持在它所屬的地方。在您的硬盤驅動器上,以及其他任何地方.

Collaborate
您是否感到羞澀難當; 使用外部雲服務信任您的公司數據只是為了實現協作和害羞; 配給? AnyDesk 允許你與所有你最喜歡的桌面 appli­ 陽離子一起工作。有趣而害羞; 無論距離多遠,每個用戶的鼠標光標都會將您的團隊凝聚在一起。將你的同事指向什麼是重要的,害羞的,悲觀的,陽離子的問題將成為過去.

Assist
你知道遠程支持可以很有趣嗎? AnyDesk 可以做遠遠不止遠程廣告&害羞; 迷你&害羞; stration 和遠程支持。但是,這並不意味著它在這裡也不能發光。滯後和低幀&害羞; 率可以是這樣的滋擾。這就是為什麼我們選擇擺脫他們。隨著 AnyDesk,建立一個工作和害羞; 隊友的新打印機或安裝新的 CRM 工具的銷售離不開,害羞是在公園散步。

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Qt 6.0.0

qt-everywhere-src-6.0.0.zip

242 MB

Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10

未分類

AnyDesk Software

2020-12-09

What's new in this version:

- When developing Qt 6, we had an in-depth look at some of Qt's most central parts to identify how we could improve them. We discovered a couple of core focus areas that we invested considerable time in improving. Those areas include:
C++17:
- With Qt 6 we now require a C++17 compatible compiler enabling the use more modern C++ language constructs when developing Qt and also allows for integration points on the API side.
- Core libraries and APIs
- Much work has gone into Qt Core, as it is the module that implements the most central parts of Qt. We've gone through many areas there and made improvements. To name some of the most central ones:
- The new property and binding system: This system now brings the concept of bindings that made QML such a huge success in Qt 5 available from C++.
- Strings and Unicode: With Qt 5, we started aligning Qt fully with Unicode, where we completed a lot of the work, but a few items remained that we now cleaned up for Qt 6. More details will come in a separate blog post later on.
- QList has been a class that was often criticized in Qt 5, as it was heap allocating objects stored in there that were larger than a pointer, leading to pressure on heap allocation methods. In Qt 6, we changed this and unified QList and QVector into one class. See our blog post about QList in Qt 6 for details.
- QMetaType and QVariant are fundamental to how our Qt’s meta-object system works. Signals and slots would not be possible without QMetaType and QVariant is required for dynamic invocations. Those two classes got an almost complete rewrite with Qt 6, and you can read about the details here.
- Other parts of Qt that are not related to graphics have also seen large changes. For example, Qt Concurrent has undergone an almost complete rewrite and now makes development of multi-threaded applications more effortless than ever. Qt Network has seen lots of clean-up and improvements.

New graphics architecture:
- The graphics architecture of Qt 5 was very much dependent on OpenGL as the underlying 3D graphics API. While this was the right approach in 2012 when we created Qt 5, the market around us has changed significantly over the last couple of years with the introduction of Metal and Vulkan. We now have a large set of different graphics APIs that are commonly being used on different platforms. For Qt as a cross-platform framework, this, of course, meant that we had to adjust to this and ensure our users can run Qt on all of them with maximum performance.
- So while Qt 5 relied on OpenGL for hardware-accelerated graphics, the picture completely changes with Qt 6. All of our 3D graphics in Qt Quick is now built on top of a new abstraction layer for 3D graphics called RHI (Rendering Hardware Interface). RHI makes it possible for Qt to use the native 3D graphics API of the underlying OS/platform. So Qt Quick will now use Direct3D on Windows and Metal on macOS by default. For details, have a look at the blog post series about the RHI.
- The OpenGL specific classes in Qt still exist, but are now moved out of QtGui in the QtOpenGL module. We also added a new module called QtShaderTools to deal with the different shading languages of those APIs in a cross-platform way.

Qt Quick 3D and Qt 3D:
- Qt Quick 3D is a relatively new module. It seamlessly extends Qt Quick with 3D capabilities. With Qt Quick 3D, our focus was to create an API that is as easy to use as the existing parts of Qt Quick (for 2D user interfaces) while providing full support for creating complex 3D scenes. The main goal behind this effort has been to enable seamless integration between 2D and 3D content.
- This module has seen significant improvements with Qt 6 that we wouldn’t have been able to do in the Qt 5 series. Most importantly it is now always using the RHI abstraction layer to make optimal use of the underlying graphics API and Hardware. Additionally, it now features a much deeper and more performant integration between 2D and 3D content, allowing you to place 2D items into a 3D scene. It also has vastly improved support for glTF2 and physics-based rendering, making it trivial to import assets created in other design tools. There are many other major improvements in the module, a more in-depth description can be found in a separate blog post.
- Qt 3D is now also based on top of the RHI abstraction layer, has seen some performance improvements and cleanups. You can find more details in two blog posts by our partner KDAB (here and here).

Desktop styling for Qt Quick:
- When we created the set of controls for Qt Quick, our focus was to make them lightweight and performant. For that reason, they did not support desktop styling in Qt 5. However, in Qt 6, we found a way to make them look & feel native on desktop operating systems. With 6.0, Qt Quick now supports native styling on both macOS and Windows. See this blog post for details. Native look & feel for Android and Linux already existed with the Material and Fusion styles in Qt 5. We are improving those for future Qt releases and are also planning to implement a native style for iOS.
- Interfacing with platform specific functionality:
- Even with Qt offering most functionality required to develop your application platform-independently, there is sometimes a need to interface with platform-specific functionality. In Qt 5, we provided a set of add-on modules (QtX11Extras, QtWinExtras, QtMacExtras) to help with this purpose. But this full separation from the rest of Qt has led to a couple of architectural issues, inconsistencies and code duplication within Qt. In Qt 6, we made an effort to clean this up and fold the functionality offered by those add-on modules into platform specific APIs offered directly in Qt. This will make interfacing with OS/platform-specific APIs much easier in Qt 6. Have a look here for more details.

Build system and Packaging:
- We also made some considerable changes in how we build and distribute Qt. Worth mentioning is that Qt 6 itself is now built using CMake. This has also led to significant improvements for all our users that use CMake to build their projects. We will continue to support qmake for the lifetime of Qt 6, so there is no need to make any changes to your build system if you're using it, but we recommend to use CMake for all new projects.
- Qt 6 also comes with a much smaller default package, and many of the add-ons are now distributed as separate packages through a package manager. This gives us more flexibility in adapting release schedules of add-ons to market requirements, allowing, for example, for more frequent feature releases as the core Qt packages or making them available for multiple Qt versions at the same time. In addition, we can use the package manager as a delivery channel for 3rd party content. And finally, it gives our users more flexibility as they can choose to download only what they really need.
- Currently, we are using the existing Qt installer as the backend for the package manager, but are investigating alternatives for future releases. See the blog post here for more details.

Compatibility:
- When making changes for Qt 6, we’ve tried to adjust our APIs to what we believe is required for the future while at the same time trying to break as little as possible for our existing users. While your code will need some adjustments to make the best possible use of Qt 6, we have tried to make porting to the new version as easy as possible
- One of the first things we did was to clean up our codebase. During the lifetime of Qt 5, we deprecated quite a few APIs and even entire modules. The first thing we did was to remove those to get to a leaner Qt for the future and allow us to leave some things behind that do not make sense anymore today
- However, we have taken care to mark as many of those APIs as possible as deprecated in Qt 5.15. Enabling deprecation warnings there and cleaning those up will bring you a long way towards making your codebase compatible with Qt 6
- Some of the most used APIs that have been removed in Qt 5 have been moved into a Qt5CoreCompat module. It contains a couple of widely used classes that have been removed from Qt 6, such as QRegExp, QTextCodec, the old SAX parser for XML, and a few other items. The intention of this module is meant as a porting help and will not receive bug fixes, apart from regressions against Qt 5 and security related problems. We recommend that you use it for porting but then incrementally remove your dependencies to the modules
- If you want to start porting to Qt 6, we have a much more detailed porting guide in our documentation

Supported platforms:
- Qt has always been a cross-platform, and that will continue in Qt 6. Qt 6.0 supports:
- Windows 10
- macOS 10.14 and newer
- Linux (Ubuntu 20.04, CentOS 8.1, OpenSuSE 15.1)
- iOS 13 or newer
- Android (API level 23 or newer)
- On the embedded side, we support a wide range of embedded devices running Linux. Qt 6 does not yet support any of the embedded real-time operating systems supported in Qt 5. Both QNX and INTEGRITY have recently added support for C++17, and we plan to add support for them by the time we release Qt 6.2.

Outlook:
- Qt 6.0 does not yet support many of the add-on modules that can be found in Qt 5.15. This was intentionally decided to free up time to ensure that we could complete all the changes we needed to make for the Qt framework's essential modules
- We are now in the working on bringing most of those add-ons over to Qt 6. We have already done a lot of work, and we expect to have most add-ons supported again by the time we release Qt 6.2. Many add-ons already compile already against Qt 6, but they are not yet officially released as some cleanup work and refactoring remains to be done. We plan to have most of the important add-ons ported by the time we release Qt 6.2. Get a full overview of our add-on support in Qt 6.0 and beyond in the following blog post
- Apart from porting the missing add-ons over to Qt 6, a lot of our Qt 6 related work in the next coming months will focus on the stability of the new releases and taking the new property system into more wide-spread use within Qt itself
- We have adjusted our release timelines for Qt 6.1 and 6.2, and are planning to release Qt 6.1 already in April. After that, we plan to release our first long term supported version in the Qt 6 series, Qt 6.2 LTS, by the end of September
- And we are not yet done for this year, and you can also expect a brand new version of Qt Creator and Qt Design Studio to be released before Christmas! Both will come with full support for Qt 6

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