Sams Teach Yourself Qt Programming in 24 Hours

Sams Teach Yourself Qt Programming in 24 Hours

by Daniel Solin
     
 

Sams Teach Yourself Qt Programming in 24 Hours will teach the reader how to quickly and easily write graphical programs for both X Windows-based systems (Linux, etc.) and Microsoft Windows systems. Consisting of 24 one-hour lessons, Sams Teach Yourself Qt in 24 Hours is divided into six sections that guide the reader through the language from the basics to the…  See more details below

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Sams Teach Yourself Qt Programming in 24 Hours will teach the reader how to quickly and easily write graphical programs for both X Windows-based systems (Linux, etc.) and Microsoft Windows systems. Consisting of 24 one-hour lessons, Sams Teach Yourself Qt in 24 Hours is divided into six sections that guide the reader through the language from the basics to the advanced functions. The first section of the book teaches the fundamentals of Qt. Building upon what has been taught in the first section, sections two through six show the reader how to apply that knowledge and make Qt a programming language they can use to fulfill their programming needs. Topics Include the Qt Class Library, basic and advanced graphics, creating custom GUI widgets, OpenGL, Netscape and Explorer plug-ins, and Qt GUI builders.

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Not necessarily all at once, though perhaps someone in enough of a hurry could go through the 24 one-hour sessions back to back. Linux programmer and consultant Solin explains how to build graphical applications for Linux/Unix and Microsoft Windows; install the Qt library and write, compile, and run a program; program with KDE; and perform other tricks in object oriented programming. He does not take time for a bibliography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780672318696
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
05/19/2000
Series:
Sams Teach Yourself Series
Pages:
435
Product dimensions:
7.46(w) x 9.14(h) x 1.07(d)

Meet the Author

Benjamin Briandet has been a programmer for 10 years. Most of his recent projects, as a programmer for the Segami Corporation, have required portability, so he has been doing a lot of work with Qt. He is currently writing an image viewer/converter for nuclear medicine using Qt. Benjamin is the author of many articles on Java programming for Visual J++ Developer's Journal.

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