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Team Proto - A Qt application with iOS native look and feel


  • Qt Champions 2016

    Hello,

    I would like to share my project of using Qt here. Its name is Team Proto , it is an iOS application with native look and feel. It helps teams with user interface prototyping, presentation, and documentation. It turns handwriting sketches into interactive mockups or storyboard, which help obtain feedback in a faster way. No coding required.

    Interface

    The link to App Store
    https://itunes.apple.com/app/id977559378

    Why I choose Qt for this project? Ofcoz, we like Qt ;)

    That is not the only reason. The software has come with an image scanner that help to detect the handwriting sketches. And we don’t target iOS only, Android will also be supported. It shouldn’t write the computer vision engine (based on OpenCV) for twice. C/C++ will be the only choice.

    Detection

    However, Qt is still not a perfect solution for cross platform mobile application development. The UI component set with native look and feel is definitely not enough.

    Finally, we have decided to develop our own components. Since we love open source software, we like sharing. We have started an open source project with an open source developer, Hilary Cheng.

    benlau/quickios

    QuickIOS is just a side project, it is usable (at least we could publish the application), but API is not mature yet.


  • Lifetime Qt Champion

    Hi,

    Looks good !

    You might want to get in touch with Attila Csipa and JP Nurmi about the iOS/Android QML components to avoid duplicating efforts



  • @benlau
    Would you like to have that on the Qt Showroom? (http://showroom.qt.io)
    If so, please send a chat message and I can help you with that.


  • Qt Champions 2016

    @tekojo Sure! thx.


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