21 May '13, 12am

Digia’s Lars Knoll Discusses The Qt GUI Framework via @ElectronicDesgn @qtbydigia

Related Media UI Development with Digia Qt Qt, pronounced “cute” or “cue-tee,” is a cross-platform graphical user interface (GUI) framework. It has a long history, starting with Nokia and eventually winding up with Digia. The Qt Project is the open-source version supported by Digia . Qt is licensed under GPL v3 and LGPL v2. It is also available as a commercial license from Digia. Applications using Qt that use the open-source licenses need to follow the same license, so their source would need to be made available. The commercial license allows closed-source projects. Digia also provides support options. Qt runs on a wide variety of platforms. It also is the base for the open-source KDE Linux desktop environment. Related Articles Embedded: Embedded Graphics Package Supports X11 And Qt Consumer Linux Gets Graphics Qt is written in C++, but it has its own scripting language ...

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