Concept One – the world’s fastest electric supercar presented at the Embedded World 2017 exhibition. The image was taken from https://habrahabr.ru/post/325198/ As we have written about in the past the Qt framework is applicable for a wide range of software projects. To be honest, almost for all sorts of projects, yeah :). One more… Read More »
As we wrote in the previous blog the Qt framework is one of the most popular tools for developing digital instrument clusters and in-vehicle infotainment systems (IVI). The acknowledgment is that the Qt framework is a member of the Genivi Alliance where there are also such giants of the automotive industry such as BMW Group, Honda, Volvo, and others.
The bundle of “C++ and Qt” saves a lot of time and money, helps to get your product to market in a short time. The final applications are binary and thuswise fast as they are written in a native Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
The cross-platform development has one vulnerability. It is the framework itself that is used for development. If such framework is bad a project will be bad. Thus, it is critically important to use a sustainable and time-proven solution.