Tag Archives: Qt

Qt (/kjuːt/ “cute”,) is a cross-platform application framework that is used for developing application software that can be run on various software and hardware platforms with little or no change in the underlying codebase, while still being a native application with native capabilities and speed.

How to Make Your C++ Qt Project Build 10x Faster with 4 Optimizations

How to Build Your C++ Qt Project 10x Faster with 4 Simple Optimizations — Hey! Get back to work! — Compiling! — OK. Carry on. XKCD #303 As a project grows, the time spent on building it becomes more and more valuable. Generally, the longer it takes to build a project, the more time you waste… Read More »

UI localization of Windows desktop applications

It’s nice to remember that the UI is the part with which a user actually interacts and he won’t be able to (or wouldn’t want to) check out the mighty power of applications’ algorithms and its highly optimized 🙂 code if he gets distracted and frustrated by poorly localized or misleading interface.

Integrity Messenger

Complex skinnable software that allows multiple configurations and effects. Most complex control in this application is ContactList control which has complex behaviour and events mechanism. Another complex component is slidable panel (you can see on first screenshot there panels that can slide in/out from main window. Sure, there are plenty of other controls like buttons,… Read More »