1. Open googlemaps - 2. Autofill search box - 3. Autoclick search button



  • Hello everyone,

    My name is Matheus Reynard and I work for a brazilian software company named Dalcatech.
    My boss asked me to make in C++ a software wich the user fill with a location and then click a button to search it in googlemaps.
    When clicking the button, the software should:

    1. Open googlemaps in a browser.
    2. Fill the search box of googlemaps with the information filled in the software.
    3. Click the search button of googlemaps.

    The first step: open googlemaps; it's done for sure.
    But I don't know how to proceed now...

    Searching in google I found about this Qt SDK Project and I'd like to know if this project can help me doing what I need to do.

    If so, how can I import Qt SDK library to my compiler? ( I'm using Borland C++ Builder 6, by the way )
    And wich commands from the library can help me?

    Thank you and congratulations for this awesome project!



  • Hi and welcome to the forum.
    Qt is a C++ framework. And whether it can help you depends on how you are doing your stuff :-)

    How do you open the web link? in an external browser? or in an internal window in you app?

    If you want to use Qt, it would make sense to use Qt for all your things in this small project. You could use QWebView for the web site.


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