QtWS17 - Inside The Qt Object Model, Simon Hausmann, The Qt Company

October 25, 2017
Programming your application with Qt means that you will sooner or later encounter the central QObject class, signal & slot connections, or generic properties. The object model makes it safe and easy to develop with components. In this session we will take a look at the implementation of these features. For example, how emitting a signal with one line of code results in calling the right slot elsewhere. This is even possible when the sender lives in a different thread than the receiver. In addition, we will learn how reading and writing properties works behind the scenes.
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