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KDE: KMyMoney’s WebConnect. QupZilla 2.2.0 (Soon Falkon), Qt Beta

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  • KMyMoney’s WebConnect

    Recently, I opened a new online account at a new institution. Unfortunately, they do not provide a direct online access using a protocol such as HBCI or OFX which are already integrated into KMyMoney, but only a web frontend. So what, I thought, I won’t use it on a daily basis and can probably live with manually entering the transactions into the ledger.

  • QupZilla 2.2 Released As The Browser's Last

    QupZilla 2.2 has been released as the last feature release for this open-source web-browser project prior to its re-branding initiative under the KDE umbrella as the Falkon project.

  • QupZilla 2.2.0 released!

    Final release of QupZilla is now available!

    As already stated, QupZilla will now get only bugfix releases and next major release will be under the Falkon name.

  • Qt 5.10 Beta Released

    Qt 5.10 Alpha had arrived last month as two weeks late while The Qt Company has managed to tighten things up and deliver Qt 5.10 Beta now less than one week later than originally scheduled.

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