White Paper: Keeping Pace with the Pack

As the Qt framework continues to evolve, keeping up with us helps you get more out of your hardware, fixes bugs, closes security vulnerabilities, and lets you adopt newer best practices. However, while later is usually better, it's not always easy to determine which release to base your project on. Complex projects, timelines, and roadmaps may make this a difficult decision. In this paper, we discuss how to choose the right Qt version to future-proof your products.

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