Qt for Embedded Platforms
Qt is available for embedded platforms and devices as well as for a number of desktop platforms. The features provided for each platform depend on the capabilities and architecture of the operating system.
Currently, three embedded platforms are supported by Qt:
|Embedded Linux||Windows CE||Symbian platform|
|Qt for Embedded Linux is designed to be used on Linux devices without X11 or existing graphical environments. This flavor of Qt includes a framework for creating both applications and an environment for them. As a result, it includes features for window management, inter-process communication and facilities for handling input and display devices.||Qt for Windows CE is used to create applications running in existing Windows CE and Windows Mobile environments. Applications use the appropriate style for the embedded environment and use native features, such as menus, to conform to the native style guidelines.||Qt for the Symbian platform is used to create applications running in existing Symbian platform environments. Applications use the appropriate style for the embedded environment and use native features, such as menus, to conform to the native style guidelines.|
Documents specifically about Qt for Embedded Linux
Documents related to Qt for Windows CE
Documents related to Qt for the Symbian platform
The Simple Decoration example shows how to create a custom window decoration for embedded applications.
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