Qt in Industry
I wanted to see how the industry is qt
Well, investigate, then... you can take a look here, for example: "link":http://qt.nokia.com/qt-in-use.
I already saw this link
information about how to write applications for devices qith qt
Do you do these things to help Microcontroller Arm
I'm sorry, but it's quite hard to understand what you mean.
In adherence to "Write once, deploy anywhere" principle of Qt, the source code you have to write is essentially the same for desktop platforms, mobile devices and embedded systems. For touch devices, Qt Quick UIs are recommended, while for desktop - Qt Widgets.
To use a device (with ARM or any else), you need to cross-compile Qt onto that platform (there are ready-made makespecs for that in Qt folder, and if your platform is not there, you can modify the closest one you find to suit your needs). Requirement here is for that platform to meet Qt system requirements.
If your platform is not running X11, Wayland or Windows CE (nor is it any other officially supported platform), then you need to put in a bit more work, as a Qt Platform Abstraction (QPA) plugin is needed, so that Qt can render it's graphics on that given platform.
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Qt is used in industry widely. But what exactly do you want to know? Only about usage with an ARM processor? Only on mbedded devices?
For example, a word used in Qt Quick Connected Car project ,the link:"Qt in Automotive ":http://http://qt.nokia.com/qt-in-use/qt-in-automotive
I wanted to pat the things they are doing with qt
[quote author="hhaz" date="1345920839"]information about how to write applications for devices qith qt[/quote]See http://qt-project.org/wiki/Wiki_Home_Persian
[quote author="hhaz" date="1345920839"]Do you do these things to help Microcontroller Arm[/quote]We use ARM microcontrollers to run Qt programs.
We don't help ARM microcontrollers directly.
[quote author="hhaz" date="1346008482"]I wanted to pat the things they are doing with qt[/quote]Sorry, I don't understand your sentence...
Try asking in the Persian forum (http://qt-project.org/forums/viewforum/40/ ). You will have better communication