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Written by Alan Ezust and Paul Ezust
Foreward by Lars Knoll
C++ is taught "the Qt Way". The source documents for our book are in a format that can be used to generate a textbook or instructor's slides. The book includes enough homework assignments and lectures for a 6 credit (full year) course. Its prerequisites is some solid experience in another programming language, such as Python, C, Java, Delphi, or Visual Basic.
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This whitepaper explores the technology and methodologies used to develop a sophisticated IVI proof-of-concept for Intel. ICS achieved this using Intel’s high-performance hardware and middleware platform, tight integration between Intel and ICS engineers and our internal UX design team within an agile environment. Read how developing a powerful graphical user interface using this stack can provide future forward products for today and tomorrow.
This white paper explains the general usage of the MRAA APIs that can greatly simplify working with various types of devices, such as:
Digital input and output
Pulse width modulation (PWM)
Inter-Integrated 2-wire bus (I2C) devices
Devices that use Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter (UART) hardware
Quick Reference Cheat Sheets
Here is the recently updated QML cheat sheet for the latest Qt 5.6.0 release. Printable Adobe Acrobat (PDF) versions in US Letter and A4 paper sizes can be downloaded here. The reference does not cover all the QML modules, as the goal was to fit it all on one double-sided page. It does cover the most common QML modules, the basic QML syntax and types, command line options for the QML-related tools and QML environment variables.
Here is the Qt OpenGL FrameBuffer Quick Reference. Printable Adobe Acrobat (PDF) versions in US Letter sizes can be downloaded here after completing the form.