Qt for Device Creation (Formerly Qt Enterprise Embedded)

May 21, 2014
Read more: http://www.qt.io/qt-for-device-creation/ The core power of Qt is in the cross-platform C++ cross-platform libraries. You get to write your application using high level libraries and you don't need to worry about the nasty platform details. When you want to access a device driver or a 3rd party software component directly, the C++ environment gives you all the access to required resources. When it comes to performance on embedded devices this can be the crucial difference between a great and an acceptable solution. Qt applications are native applications with full native performance. Besides, you get full access to source code and have all the control over what it does. On the UI side you have Qt Quick, which is highly optimized to use the maximum power of your device GPU resulting into fluid user experience. Learn more at www.Qt.io Download on-demand learning at http://www.qt.io/webinars/
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