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Lucha last edited by
In my company we are trying to change to a framework that we can use to develop a true cross-platform application. The problem is that we want to code one time and deploy in all this systems:
- Linux (maybe not this)
Would QT allow us to do this? Could we really share a lot of code with between all this platforms? If yes... what are the parts of code we could share between the platforms?
Thanks for your answers and your time.
sirius79 last edited by
Windows, Mac, Linux - works. You can share 98% of the code in my experience.
Android and iOS are pretty new to QT. If you would write a little about what you want to do / what parts of QT you want to use, that would help.
goblincoding last edited by
You'll have to recompile for each platform and will also need to resolve dependencies for specific platforms when deploying, but yes, code once ;)
It always depends on the specific use case. I have many apps that have 100% the same code on all platforms (including Android). Others require a bit more talking to OS-specific APIs so the percentage drops a bit. In general, though, I agree: Qt is truly cross-platform, code-once-deploy-everywhere and all :D