Problems with Open-Source Downloads read https://www.qt.io/blog/problem-with-open-source-downloads and https://forum.qt.io/post/638946
Huge praise and many thanks
ukoehler last edited by
I have just returned to developing using Qt after using it at the end of the last century and 6 years ago. You only really learn to value the quality to Qt when you had to work with other Languages and Frameworks. I have just re-written a huge project from Java and found Qt to be better documented, faster and much more reliable.
Keep up the good work!
hskoglund last edited by
Agreed! After 20+ years of Visual Studio, it's a relief to use Qt instead.
BTW, if you haven't tried any of the new C++11 features, you should, for example today I tried "for (auto t : QSQLDatabase.tables)" it just worked directly.
In my view, Qt gets even better thanks to the improvements in the C++ language.