Qt is a cross-platform application development framework, particularly for GUI programs. It is widely used and well-documented; championed in the past for mobile-phone apps.

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Why aren't more desktop apps written with Qt? [closed]

As far as I know and have understood in my experience with Qt, it's a very good and easy to learn library. It has a very well designed API and is cross-platform, and these are just two of the many ...
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To rewrite or slowly refactor old C++ project [duplicate]

Our team has recently inherited a relatively large project from another company (~250k lines). It was developed using C++Builder and we intend to port the Ui side to Qt. Most of the Ui code is ...
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How big a problem is Qt's cross-platform GUI? [closed]

I read something on this site saying that Qt's GUI being a big problem that stop programmers from using Qt. They say the problem is that the GUI don't look native, and they are inconsistent. I ...
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Beginner need help on learning Qt programming [closed]

Thought of learning Qt. Need help from experienced ones out here. How should I begin. Some good books to refer. Some good tutorials to learn... Edit: Also which is the good IDE available out there ...
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Is Learning C++ Through The Qt Framework Really Learning C++

The problem I have, is that most of the C++ books I read spend almost forever on syntax and the basics of the language, e.g. for and loops while, arrays, lists, pointers, etc. But they never seem to ...
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QT-C++ vs Generic C++ and STL [closed]

Been brushing up on my C++ lately, on Ubuntu QQ. I love the Qt framework for everything, especially building GUI's. I became quite familiar with it when using PyQt over the last few years. When ...
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What are the dangerous corners of Qt? [closed]

There's nothing perfect under the sun. Qt is no exception, and it does have limitations: we can't use pixmaps in a thread other than GUI, we can't use QImage with 16-bit-per-channel image format, ...
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Open source projects, how to choose?

I would like to join an open source project since I think I am good enough at programming to progress onto reading others code and to modify it. But the problem is, how would I choose an open source ...
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Deploying Qt-based app on Mac OS X

I wrote a cross platform application and I distributed it successfully for Windows and Linux (and tested them on "clean" virtual systems, with no other additional software and/or libraries installed). ...
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PyQt design issues

I've been working on a my first real project using PyQt lately. I've done just a little bit of work in Qt for C++ but nothing more than just messing around. I've found that the Qt python bindings are ...
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Why would Qt be considered harmful? [closed]

A large list of "harmful stuff" related to software development is presented on cat -v. Is Qt harmful? What would be the rationale for considering to Qt harmful? Why would Tcl/Tk be presented as a ...