Qt application in a browser && Qt-Jambi
I'm a C++/Qt developer and I don't know java at all.
Now I need to have my application (c++/Qt 4.7.1) running in a browser.
How should I proceed?
Should I first study java then use Qt-Jambi or what else?
It certainly is possible with Jambi, but I don’t think anyone has looked at how it works so far, so thing regarding applets (and JNPL) may be broken. If you want to help us with it, we can provide you information you need :)
Jambi is pretty much Qt with Java syntax, with some exceptions where Java is not suited for some convenient feature CPP API offers. Knowing Java is useful, but since Java is simple language and you know already CPP and Qt, so it shouldn’t even get a week to get accustomed to it.
Here is some examples, converted from CPP examples to Java:
And Jambi community’s website, though it’s quite empty still: http://qt-jambi.org
PS. language bindings have their own forum too ;)
chk if this post helps for developing web app: "http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/2202":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/2202
now I must understand what's better for me:
- Qt-Jambi (I don't know java)
This QtWui looks like stuff you build on server and then you use it with normal browser? I don’t really get the benefit of this framework... Or is it something like Rails? Its website doesn’t really tell.
OTOH Jambi is Qt bindings for Java. But because it is Java, it should be possible to use Jambi in applets and JNLP stuff. If you are just wanting to write something for web server, you’re most likely better off with Qt/cpp, since you already know it.