Qt learning curve journal, part II

Being able to make and run the Qt samples is cool, but to really dig into learning a framework I prefer to have the ability to easily navigate to declarations, easily debug, auto completion, in short – an IDE. There are two options that I recommend. The first is QtCreator – the IDE that comes …

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Qt learning curve journal, part I

The goal – to create a cross platform application infrastructure for Linux, Windows and Mac that will serve as the basis for future cross platform application. I first thought of using wxwidgets but noticed that there were problems getting it to compile on Mountain Lion OS/X. In addition, Qt seemed more equipped to handle to …

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