Qt 5 Blueprints

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  • Create graphical user interface applications with a customized layout and widgets
  • Explore how the Model-View-Controller architecture works and relevant classes in Qt
  • Develop a configurable application that is able to save and restore its own settings
  • Write both static and dynamic plugins for Qt Widgets and Qt Quick applications
  • Convert your single-threaded application to a nonblocking application by moving part of the application to another thread
  • Enable your applications to support other languages dynamically

Qt is a cross-platform application development framework that provides great visual interfaces for users and intuitive APIs for developers. The current version, Qt 5, provides enormous modules, from threading to interface animations, to ease your pain when developing cross-platform applications.

Starting with the basic concepts and fundamentals of Qt 5, Qt 5 Blueprints helps you get familiarized with the layouts and widgets of Qt as you build and debug a test application in Qt Creator. You will pick up the Qt design philosophy throughout the book, which will definitely help you to script your code in a more elegant manner.

  • Develop native graphical applications that can run anywhere with one of the world’s best open-source frameworks
  • Learn all about signals, slots, models, and views to design a robust structure for your application
  • A comprehensive tutorial with step-by-step instructions to help you extend your applications across a wide domain
Page Count 272
Course Length 8 hours 9 minutes
ISBN 9781784394615
Date Of Publication 29 Mar 2015


Symeon Huang

Symeon Huang is a full-stack software developer in a multi-national fintech corporation. He has been contributing to open source projects for several years in various areas. Symeon has always been passionate about cutting-edge technologies and elegant programming techniques. He has a few years of experiences in different technologies, from C++, JavaScript to Qt and GTK+. Some of the projects he's working on can be found on his GitHub page.