Qt 5.9 Enters Beta, Promises to Fully Leverage C++11, Improve Wayland Support

Qt 5.9 entered developed in February this year, when it received an Alpha build, which represented an early stage of evolutionary development, but the Beta is here to give Qt application developers an early taste of what’s coming to the final Qt 5.9 release, which should hit the streets at the end of May. Promising to fully leverage C++11, Qt 5.9 promises to add a large number of improvements and new features, among which we can mention a brand-new configuration system, Qt 3D, a new graphics architecture, improved Wayland multi-process support, as well as a new set of Qt Quick Controls.