"Qt" tag

Exploring the Different Linux Career Opportunities

If you are planning to pursue a course in Linux but are doubtful whether it will make you earn money, then you need not worry as the demand for Linus certified professionals are…

Build Your Own Web Page With QForms

QForm is the state-conscious, event-driven object management system for creating Web pages. QForm is the C and V of the MVC architecture of QCubed. It relieves you from typing HTML code for every…

ComboBox and ListWidget

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 4

In the last article, we worked on the backbone of GUIs, the signal and slot mechanism. In this article, we move ahead to the GUI part of Qt. The basic block of any…

Developing apps on Qt

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 3

In the previous article, we covered some important Qt non-GUI classes; I hope you experimented with others, since the secret to learning lies in experimenting. In this article, we will work on the…

TrimSlice H250 -- a very compact product

Linux Desktop Experience with ARM and MIPS

The Linux experience for many of our readers most likely starts with an x86 hardware platform. However, desktop solutions exist for other platforms, like ARM and MIPS. When Linus Torvalds’ practice with Minix…

Qt time...

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 2

In the previous article in this series we went over the installation and some basic examples of Qt. In this article, we will learn how to use the Qt classes for basic data-types…

It's Qt

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 1

This article introduces application development using the Qt GUI framework. There was a time when all desktop applications were developed from scratch. Then came the concept of code reuse. Static and shared libraries…

Me too, MeeGo

Develop and Deploy a MeeGo Application

Open embedded platforms are becoming popular among end-users, and are also a key selling point for many vendors. New business models like application stores are thriving around these open platforms. Many industry biggies…

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