Quality self-study courses in Qt



  • Can anyone recommend good self-study (i.e. not live seminars) courses from the ground up in Qt and Qt Quick? There are some great training courses out there but they are not easy to get to from many places and if there are some really good online courses or other structured programs for doing on your own or remotely, that would be really great. Anyone know of any?



  • [quote author="qttester5" date="1377865682"]Can anyone recommend good self-study (i.e. not live seminars) courses from the ground up in Qt and Qt Quick? There are some great training courses out there but they are not easy to get to from Singapore[/quote]

    Or from almost anywhere else. I could be wrong but it seems that you have to live in Europe to have access to courses with a classroom experience.



  • Why don't you simply get a Qt book? See "link":https://qt-project.org/books

    PS: this thread should be in Qt in Education rather than in General & Desktop



  • A lot of the books don't cover the latest uses of Quick 2 and how it integrates well with app logic in C++, and courses are often more in-depth in these areas.

    But thanks for the link.


  • Moderators

    i think it is just a matter of time when the first book for Qt5 and thus also for QtQuick will be released.

    In the meantime you can check out the "Qt Developer Guides":http://qt-project.org/wiki/Developer-Guides and the "QML Tutorial":https://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5.1/qtquick/qml-tutorial.html


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