Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 19th Dec 2012 18:52 UTC
Qt Digia, Qt's new owner, has announced the release of version 5 of the framework. "Key benefits of Qt 5 include: graphics quality; performance on constrained hardware; cross-platform portability; support for C++11; HTML5 support with QtWebKit 2; a vastly improved QML engine with new APIs; ease of use and compatibility with Qt 4 versions."
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kwan_e
Member since:
2007-02-18

A Qt4 tutorial will still get you most of the way there. Once you've reached that point where you understand the design and usage principles, I've found the Qt documentation to be more than adequate.

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Nth_Man Member since:
2010-05-16

Meanwhile, for Qt4, a good book is:
http://www.ics.com/designpatterns
It's free, although people have to register first.

"The text is being used at Suffolk University's Department of Computer Science, in their CS-331 class."

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Loreia Member since:
2012-01-17

Thanks.

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Loreia Member since:
2012-01-17

That was the plan B. I guess I'll have to promote it to plan A :-)

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