A free book on Qt5
Is there a free book available (released) for on Qt5?
C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4
The Book of Qt 4 The Art of Building Qt Applications
An Introduction to Design
Patterns in C++ with Qt 4
There are no paid ones, too. In short: there are no Qt5 books at all.
I was considering to start a video tutorial series on Qt5, but never quite manage to find the time. The good news is that as of more recent Qt5 snapshots, the documentation begins to take shape, so people are not completely in the dark.
So, is the Qt project site the best source of Qt5?
Qt Documentation is always a good source of information. Apart from that: blogs, mailing lists, changelogs...
Qt4 books are still relevant - most of the stuff is almost entirely source compatible.
As sierdzio has said, Qt5 continues most things from Qt4 in a backwards-compatible way; the rest is described in the "Transition from Qt4 to Qt5":http://qt-project.org/wiki/Transition_from_Qt_4.x_to_Qt5 wiki page.
Be sure to check "this thread":http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/28321/, the OP asked a similar question and there are a few interesting resources linked to.
ll start my Qt5 project by june, 8 and finish it in a month (i hope so) But still don't know much about qt I think ill learn more on job(project). the only problem is shortage of good and reliable sources
I will read this forum, qt-project.org and its wiki in these 3 days and during progect and will ask you more
[quote author="utcenter" date="1368978796"]I was considering to start a video tutorial series on Qt5, but never quite manage to find the time. The good news is that as of more recent Qt5 snapshots, the documentation begins to take shape, so people are not completely in the dark.[/quote]
Please do make them.Video tutes are the best learning tools in programming I have found so far.And when you do decide to make them,consider live coding,and..... giving me the link;-). Sometimes 10 mins of good video are better than 50 good pages.