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Using Qt 4, developers can build optimized cross-platform applications that target Windows, Macintosh, and Linux from a single C++ code base. That's a remarkable promise. But the effectiveness and performance of your applications depends on how you create them. Fortunately, best-practice design patterns exist. This book delivers them.
Alan and Paul Ezust assume minimal upfront experience, so you can use this book whether you're new to Qt 4, to C++, or to design patterns. They show you how to make the most of language and platform features like classes, lists, and functions. They present style guidelines and naming conventions your entire programming team can adopt. Best of all, they introduce higher-level modular programming techniques for serious production development: QObject, generics, containers, GUI widgets, concurrency, and more. From validation to XML, serialization to models and views, it's here: all you need to do cross-platform Qt development right. Bill Camarda, from the December 2006 Read Only