Learning QT

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HappySmileMan
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Learning QT

Postby HappySmileMan » Sun Dec 09, 2007 11:44 pm UTC

Hey I want to learn to make GUIs with QT, I'm on Linux running KDE, I have the right libraries and KDevelop and got through a couple of crappy tutorials, so I just need ideas on what to make for practise, and to get it to stay in my head.

Anyone have any ideas for very basic GUI programs, it'll be done in C++ with QT of course, so preferably they could reflect that. SOme hints on how to do it might not go astray as well if they'd be difficult

!xobile
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Re: Learning QT

Postby !xobile » Mon Dec 10, 2007 1:53 am UTC

QT is a great framework.
The last thing i made was as basic wire frame render, that read the coordinates of the vertices from a file, and then drew them with QPainter.
I guess this could be a little more complicated than you want, but it uses alot of important QT stuff
- Signals and Slots
- QPainter + QPixmap
- QFile
- QMemArray

give it a shot

HappySmileMan
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Re: Learning QT

Postby HappySmileMan » Mon Dec 10, 2007 6:44 pm UTC

I don't even know what a wire frame render is, but I could make it plot some crappy graphs based on a Quadratic function :P


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