Advanced Qt Programming: Creating Great Software with C++ and Qt 4



  • Mark Summerfield has written another excellent book about Qt programming available as hardcover book and as watermarked non-DRM ebook (pdf).

    More info "here":http://www.informit.com/store/product.aspx?isbn=0321635906.



  • It seems a good book but I think my next qt book should include QML explanation too.



  • [quote author="Johannes Kleimola" date="1279742386"]Mark Summerfield has written another excellent book about Qt programming available as hardcover book and as watermarked non-DRM ebook (pdf).

    ...[/quote]

    Good to know that another book for C++/Qt (advanced) programming is now available! :)



  • yes, i downloaded it

    unfortunately, the watermark is quit noisy



  • can we download it for free ? where's the link ?



  • forget my last question, I hasnt reading with attention :)



  • I'd be very interested in about QML book too, I wonder if such will come out soon...



  • I have the book and it's quite good, especially if you looking for model/view stuff. It also shows how to use the QtConcurrent namespace, which many developer seems to miss.



  • One question:
    In the book the code is syntax highlighting?
    In the example is normal text.



  • The code isn't syntax highlighted (the book is in gray-scales) but it's still very easy to read since it's only snippets from the real code and is written with another font and font-style. The full source-code can be downloaded from some site.

    I had no problems reading the examples. In fact, I liked that it only contained snippets of the most important parts from the full code.



  • It also should be noted that it’d be better if one would learn to read the code without syntax hiliting... Even when it eases the actual development, unless you can handle different environments where to code, you will sooner or later be in problems...

    And Qt is easy to read :)



  • I've got this book. It is great! So many advanced topics in one book! And it is not a problem to read the code snippets. They are tiny and are typed with another font.

    I haven't started reading the book but it seems to me that it is based on the author's practical experience. I wonder what other sources of practical experience exist on the Internet. Maybe there is a blog which describes solutions of practical problems with Qt.


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