The Qt framework has been used since 1995 for development under X11/Linux platforms. Within five years this framework started to be applied to embedded development projects. Over the next 5 years, Qt was transformed into a tool for cross-platform development. Today the Qt framework is well known as a universal framework for multi-platform and complete… Read More »
User interface of this Smart TV was written using the Qt framework Originally, the Qt framework was developed for two main tasks: for building smooth and intuitive user interfaces UI and for developing fast embedded applications. Requirements for entertainment software include both high end UI and instant interaction with user on some specific devices like… Read More »
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Qt continues to wander. Now we want to tell you about the application of this framework for an extremely important industry. It is the medical/healthcare sector as you might have guessed. It is completely amazing how this single framework can be used to create mobile games, complex desktop applications, and applications for the speed-critical automotive segment. And now it is possible also for the medical branch where every second and every touch can have critical importance. But it is a reality, and we want to share some cases where Qt has been used successfully for healthcare applications.
C++ and Qt is a good choice for developing a mobile application, especially when you need at least two versions for different platforms. But this way is not yet too popular. Why, you may ask? Well, because there are IDEs like Android Studio, SmartCode, Xcode. It is natural to think that a native application is better than cross platform software.