Support for Linux/X11
Qt on Linux/X11
Qt is a comprehensive application and UI framework for developing Linux/X11 applications that can also be deployed across many other desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code. Use the code from one single code-base and rebuild for all supported X11 versions and other platforms.
Getting Started on Linux/X11
- Supported Linux/X11 platforms - Qt supports a wide range of Linux/X11 platforms.
- Qt for X11 Requirements - Software required to run Qt on Linux/X11.
- Installing Qt for X11 Platforms - Build Qt for Linux/X11 development.
- Getting started
Key Features for Linux/X11 Development
Integrated Development Tools
Qt includes a set of integrated development tools to speed development on X11 platforms.
- Qt Designer provides a drag and drop visual GUI builder.
- Qt Linguist provides internationalization and translation features.
- Qt Assistant is a customizable HTML help file reader providing the complete Qt documentation offline.
- Integration with Eclipse and KDevelop IDEs are also available.
Cross-Platform Development using Qt Creator
Qt Creator is a complete Cross-platform IDE included in the Qt SDK. The IDE allows programmers to create, build, debug and run Qt applications accross all supported platforms.
Rich Class Library
The Qt class library includes all the functionality needed to build advanced GUI applications.
- Complete set of customizable UI controls/widgets
- 3D graphics support with OpenGL integration
- Powerful multi-threading features
- 2D graphics canvas capable of handling millions of items
- Integrated Phonon multimedia framework
- WebKit integration
- Networking, XML and database functionality
- ECMA standard scripting engine
Qt is the Foundation of KDE
Qt is best known in the Linux community as the basis for the KDE desktop environment. Almost everything in KDE is based on Qt, and Qt forms the foundation for thousands of open source KDE applications developed by community members worldwide.
Additional Cross-Platform and Platform-Specific Development information.
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