Qt for Windows CE

Qt for Windows CE is a C++ framework for GUI and application development for embedded devices running Windows CE. It runs on a variety of processors, including ARM, Intel x86, MIPS and SH-4.

Fine-Tuning Features in Qt

Describes how to reduce the size of Qt libraries by selecting only the features that are needed.

Installing Qt for Windows CE

How to install Qt for Windows CE.

Qt Performance Tuning

Ways to improve performance on embedded platforms.

Qt for Windows CE Hardware Accelerated Graphics

Qt for Windows CE and OpenGL ES

Information about support for OpenGL ES with Qt for Windows CE.

Qt for Windows CE and OpenVG

Information about support for OpenVG with Qt for Windows CE.

SIP Dialog Example

The SIP Dialog example shows how to create a dialog that is aware of the Windows Mobile SIP (Software Input Panel) and reacts to it.

Windows CE - Introduction to using Qt

An introduction to Qt for Windows CE developers.

Windows CE - Signing

How to sign Qt projects for use with Windows CE.

Windows CE - Using shadow builds

How to create a shadow build for Qt for Windows CE.

Windows CE - Working with Custom SDKs

How to set up Qt for use with custom Windows CE SDKs.

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