Cross-Platform and Platform-Specific Development
Qt allows you to write advanced applications and UIs once, and deploy them across desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code. The top section of this page provides an overview of the tools and techniques used in Qt application development. Still, you might want to add platform-specific features to your code. The bottom section of the page links to documents that describe platform-specific features provided by Qt, and discuss issues related to particular platforms and environments.
Cross-Platform Development with Qt
Qt is provided with a set of build tools to help developers automate the process of building and installing Qt applications.
|Development||Cross-Platform Issues||Specific Tools|
Platform-Specific Development with Qt
These documents describe platform-specific features provided by Qt, and discuss issues related to particular platforms and environments.
|Calling Qt Functions From Unix Signal Handlers||Workaround for using Unix signal handlers.|
|Developing Qt Applications for Mac OS X||Information for developing Qt applications for Mac OS X|
|Known Issues||A summary of known issues in this Qt version at the time of release.|
|ActiveX in Qt||Qt API's for using ActiveX controls, servers, and COM.|
|Qt for Embedded Linux Classes||Classes that are specific to Qt for Embedded Linux.|
|Qt for Embedded Platforms||Documents related to Qt for Embedded Platforms.|
|Qt for Mac OS X - Specific Issues||A description of issues with Qt that are specific to Mac OS X.|
|Qt is Mac OS X Native||An explanation of Qt's native features on Mac OS X.|
|Supported Platforms||The platforms supported by Nokia for Qt.|
|The qtmain Library||Describes the use and license of the qtmain helper library.|
|Window System Specific Notes||Collections of notes about Qt implementations on different window systems.|
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