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Mastering Qt 5: Create stunning cross-platform applications using C++ with Qt Widgets and QML with Qt Quick, 2nd Edition (English Edition) Kindle电子书
An In-depth guide updated with the latest version of Qt 5.11 including new features such as Quick Controls and Qt Gamepad
- Unleash the power of Qt 5.11 with C++
- Build applications using Qt Widgets (C++) or Qt Quick (QML)
- Create cross-platform applications for mobile and desktop platforms with Qt 5
Qt 5.11 is an app development framework that provides a great user experience and develops full capability applications with Qt Widgets, QML, and even Qt 3D. Whether you're building GUI prototypes or fully-fledged cross-platform GUI applications with a native look and feel, Mastering Qt 5 is your fastest, easiest, and most powerful solution. This book addresses various challenges and teaches you to successfully develop cross-platform applications using the Qt framework, with the help of well-organized projects.
Working through this book, you will gain a better understanding of the Qt framework, as well as the tools required to resolve serious issues, such as linking, debugging, and multithreading. You'll start off your journey by discovering the new Qt 5.11 features, soon followed by exploring different platforms and learning to tame them. In addition to this, you'll interact with a gamepad using Qt Gamepad. Each chapter is a logical step for you to complete in order to master Qt.
By the end of this book, you'll have created an application that has been tested and is ready to be shipped.
What you will learn
- Create stunning UIs with Qt Widgets and Qt Quick 2
- Develop powerful, cross-platform applications with the Qt framework
- Design GUIs with the Qt Designer and build a library in it for UI previews
- Handle user interaction with the Qt signal or slot mechanism in C++
- Prepare a cross-platform project to host a third-party library
- Use the Qt Animation framework to display stunning effects
- Deploy mobile apps with Qt and embedded platforms
- Interact with a gamepad using Qt Gamepad
Who this book is for
Mastering Qt 5 is for developers and programmers who want to build GUI-based applications. C++ knowledge is necessary, and knowing QT basics will help you get the most out of this book.
Table of Contents
- Get Your Qt Feet Wet
- Discovering qmake Secrets
- Dividing Your Project and Ruling Your Code
- Conquering the Desktop UI
- Dominating the Mobile UI
- Even Qt Deserves a Slice of Raspberry Pi
- Third-Party Libraries without a Headache
- Animations - Its Alive, Alive!
- Keeping Your Sanity with Multithreading
- Need IPC? Get Your Minions to Work
- Having Fun with Multimedia and Serialization
- You Shall (Not) Pass with QTest
- All Packed and Ready to Deploy
- Qt Hat Tips and Tricks
- ASIN : B07DH9YK9Q
- 出版社 : Packt Publishing; 第 2nd 版 (2018年8月27日)
- 出版日期 : 2018年8月27日
- 语言 : 英语
- 文件大小 : 9384 KB
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- 生词提示功能 : 未启用
- 纸书页数 : 672页
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and there are some chapters to describe qt widget and how to integrate qml and c++.
This book give some good example that show you how to organize your project with or without library and plugin.
But the catalog of this book is not good, I really think this is a blog.
Overall, I feel that there is much to be learned from this book. Browsing through the table of contents, it looks very promising. And in the first four chapters I have definitely learned a few things about working with Qt--specifically about how to create projects that use sub-projects, like the "solutions vs projects" theme seen with MS Visual Studio. It's easy enough to do once you see it, but until you do...it is a bit perplexing. So that's one of the most useful things I've learned thus far in the first 3+ chapters.
I will say though that there are several errors in the book, which is why I've only rated it as 4-stars so far. I am compiling a list of errata as I work through the book, and thus far I have submitted errata to the publisher for both chapters 2 and 3. This book would have definitely benefited by a good technical review, as there are many things that made it through that really shouldn't have. One piece of advice to prospective readers is to look through the book's source code files (downloadable from the publisher's website) if you have any problems understanding what the author is discussing in the chapters. The assumption is, I think, that the reader will not be typing in the source code themselves, but rather will simply be using the source code provided by the author--and in fact you really can't even complete the book without doing do, because the author doesn't actually give the implementation (in the text) for many of the class methods in the book. So unless you want to take a crack at writing the implementation for these methods yourself, you'll need to get the details from his source code files. And if you could do that, you really wouldn't need the book. This is most unfortunate, as I believe you learn much more by typing in the code yourself...especially when you're first learning the API.
Anyway, please don't get the wrong idea about the book from this one review. In fact it really does seem to be an excellent book--but it could be even better had there been some rigorous technical editing done during the writing process. The errors I have found thus far have arguably made me a "better" Qt developer, because I have been forced to go investigate things for myself to actually know (for example) what detail the author has omitted or been less-than-clear about. But I've also been working in Qt for a few years now, intermittently, so this has made it a bit easier for me. I have to wonder though, how many other readers of the book will go to the same lengths.
In order to really master Qt 5 you need to have:
-Solid knowledge in Object Orientation;
-Solid knoeledge in C++14 ;
-Solid knowlege of the QWidget class;
-Solid knowledge about QT signals.
Everyone that has all these will be a superb QT 5 programmer.
The book explains some aspects of QT 5 with some examples, but they are not enough to create a real master in QT5 as promised .
IS just a beginner's book.
It is certainly an intermediate level book: if you know absolutely nothing about desktop/mobile/general programming then this might not be the one for you. And it certainly isn't a book for a guy who spent more then 2 years working on Qt.