Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 7th Dec 2007 06:25 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Qt Jambi ships as a single Java library, or JAR (Java Archive) file, plus a handful of tools, including an interface layout and design tool, and an Eclipse plug-in. Trolltech uses its vaunted Qt C++ library as the GUI engine and puts Java wrappers around it. This approach uses the JNI (Java Native Interface) to call the necessary functions from Java. More here.
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RE: Unconvinced
by pgquiles on Fri 7th Dec 2007 11:08 UTC in reply to "Unconvinced"
pgquiles
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2006-07-16

Actually, Qt is cheap and cheaper.

It is cheap because it boosts your development process. You are 3 or 4 times more productive using Qt than not using it.

And it is cheaper because those 1480 EUR/platform/developer are to buy, renewal is about 1/3 of that.

Did I say at my company we develop software using Qt and we do have commercial licenses?

Edited 2007-12-07 11:09

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