Workflow

Get familiar with the sequence of plugin procedures from initiation to completion.

1. Fill out the application form.

Complete the application form provided on the landing page of Qt Digital Advertising.

2. Install the plugin for your Qt version through the installer. Accept the license agreement.

Qt Digital Advertising plugin is a separate component in the Qt installer. You install the plugin like any other Qt product. Select the plugin from the list of products to download it.

Note: Qt Digital Advertising can be, on request, built on top of every Qt version. Need specific one? Contact us.

Qt 5

Qt 5 installations do not contain the additional libraries entry.
The Qt Digital Advertising plugin is available in the list right under the selected Qt version.

Qt 5 applications require Web Engine plugin to be installed as well.

Qt 6

Qt 6 applications require Web View and Qt Multimedia plugins to be installed as well.

Embedded

For embedded devices, Qt Digital Advertising cannot be installed from the online installer.

Please contact us for the plugin corresponding to your hardware.

3a. Set up ads on your devices with Qt Design Studio.

Qt Digital Advertising plugin user can create ad setup environment directly from the Qt Design Studio.
By simply using the WYSIWYG environment, user can set up ad campaigns for mobile, desktop and embedded applications.
Download Qt Design Studio from the online installer, if you do not have Qt Design Studio yet.

Follow a set up instruction for the Qt Design Studio.

3b. Set up ads on your devices with Qt Creator.

Qt Digital Advertising plugin user can create ad setup environment directly from the Qt Creator.
By simply writing the QML code, user can set up ad campaigns for mobile, desktop and embedded applications.
Download Qt Creator from the online installer, if you do not have Qt Creator yet.

Follow a set up instruction for the Qt Creator.

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