: Ring 2.0.0 a secured and distributed communication software
Our work and the challenges of native corss platform UX with Qt libraries
The Ring team (renamed from SFLphone) recently released Ring 2.0.0. This new major version implement distributed and secured peer to peer communication. This talk introduce the software and highlight the challenges and advantages of using platform native GUI on top of a common QtCore library.
The Ring team (renamed from SFLphone) recently released Ring 2.0.0. This new major version implement distributed and secured peer to peer communication. This talk have 3 parts
An introduction to the Ring project, our features, vision and mission.
Ring 2.0.0 use native (QWidget, QML, GTK, Cocoa and Android) GUI on top of a common QtCore based business library. This is achieved extensive use of Qt Model/View and new Qt5/C++11 capabilities. This section will highlight the challenges, advantages and disadvantages of using Qt in the backend.
An introduction to Ring distributed communication infrastructure, how security is handled and the challenges of staying standard compliant when implementing new capabilities.
Start time: 10:45
Track: Main Talk (30min)
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