QT #3 : Hello World using Qt Widgets

Earlier in this series of Qt byte sized tutorials, we wrote our first program, a console based "Hello World". In this part, we will build a GUI application (after all Qt is mainly a GUI Framework) using Qt Widgets. In doing so, we will also leverage the functionalities of Slots and Signals, which we learned in previous post. Widgets … Continue reading QT #3 : Hello World using Qt Widgets

QT #2 : Signals and Slots

In this section, we will sneak peak into one of the key concepts introduced by Qt - Signals and Slots. Qt uses Signals and slots for communicating between objects. Or to be more precise, all objects that derieved from QObjects (or one of its subclasses). Objects often want to communicate with each other, particularly in GUI programming where … Continue reading QT #2 : Signals and Slots

QT #1 : Introduction to QT C++

QT(pronounced as Cute) has been around for a long time now. At the time of writing of this blog, Qt 6.4 is the latest stable version. Why Qt ? Qt is a cross platoform framework for development of application across Windows, Linux, Android, IOS and embedded devices. Cross Platform application development allows developers to use the … Continue reading QT #1 : Introduction to QT C++