A visualization of the Android version distribution history over the last 5 years. The time frame considered in this article covers from January 2012 to December 2016.
Author Archive: Davide Coppola
This is a clear and simple step-by-step tutorial showing how to set up a git repository locally and on a remote server. You will need this for sharing your work with other people and/or machines.
This tutorial will show you how to use Qt Network and JSON to create a simple Hacker News reader based on the Hacker News API. In particular we will be using high level classes of Qt Network to handle HTTP requests….
This is a collection of useful resources to learn how to use git, the free and open source distributed version control system.
This tutorial will show you how to use SQLite and Qt SQL to have a relational database in your application. It will cover all the basic operations needed to work with a database like creating a table, inserting data, executing…
A step by step guide that will show you how to contribute to an open source project on GitHub, one of the most popular and used git repository hosting services.
This tutorial is an introduction to Qt programming and will teach you how to create an application with Qt and C++. Full project and source code are provided.
This is a very simple C++ tutorial which explains how to use the open-source library libgit2 to iterate through a git repository.
In this post I analyse and discuss the performance of raw pointers vs smart pointers in few C++11 benchmarks. The operations tested are creation, copy, data access and destruction.
I am proud to announce that after a lot of work, today I’ve finally released Sim Betting Football for Android.
If you want to go to a particular commit of a git repository with submodules you can use 2 git commands: reset or checkout. You will also need to synchronise the submodules after the working directory has been altered as that doesn’t happen…
First update of the year 2016 for my series of posts dedicated to tracking and analysing the Android version distribution over time. The time frame considered in this update covers the last 2 years of Android: April 2014 to April 2016.