Application Development with Qt Creator - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Use Qt Creator's editor to edit your application source and resource files
  • Explore the core functions of Qt Creator
  • Compile and debug your Qt Quick and C++ applications using Qt Creator
  • Localize applications using Qt Linguist and Qt
  • Build GUI applications using both Qt and Qt Quick
  • Write mobile applications for Android using Qt Creator and Qt Quick
  • Integrate version control with Qt Creator
  • Analyze your application's runtime performance with Qt Creator
About

Qt Creator is a cross-platform C++ IDE (Integrated Development Environment) that is part of the Qt project. It is used for building GUI applications that run on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Android, and many embedded systems. It includes a visual debugger and a forms designer within an integrated GUI.

Application Development with Qt Creator Second Edition, covers everything you need to know to build cross-platform applications with Qt Creator. It starts by showing you how to get, install, and use Qt Creator, beginning with the basics of how to edit, compile, debug, and run applications. Along the way, you will learn how to use Qt to write cross-platform GUI applications for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux, and Android in C++ and Qt Quick.

You will become proficient with the facets of Qt Creator that make it a valued software development environment for students and professionals alike.

Features
  • Imbibe the essential concepts of C++ and Qt Quick programming using Qt
  • Write cross-platform mobile applications with Qt Creator
  • Explore the core functions of Qt Creator using this step-by-step guide
Page Count 264
Course Length 7 hours 55 minutes
ISBN 9781784398675
Date Of Publication 27 Nov 2014

Authors

Ray Rischpater

Ray Rischpater is an engineer and author with over 20 years of experience in writing about and developing for mobile computing platforms.

During this time, he participated in the development of Internet technologies and custom applications for Java ME, Qualcomm BREW, Apple iPhone, Google Android, Palm OS, Newton, and Magic Cap, as well as several proprietary platforms. Currently, he's employed as a software development manager at Microsoft in Sunnyvale, where he works on mapping and data visualization.

When he is not writing about software development, he enjoys hiking and photography with his family and friends in and around the San Lorenzo Valley in Central California. When he can, he also provides public service through amateur radio as the licensed Amateur Extra station KF6GPE.

Among the books he's written are Application Development with Qt Creator (now in its second edition, published by Packt Publishing, 2014) and Microsoft Mapping (with Carmen Au, published by Apress, 2013). Ray also irregularly blog at http://www.lothlorien.com/kf6gpe.

Ray holds a bachelor's degree in pure mathematics from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and is a member of the IEEE, ACM, and ARRL.

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