I Want To Create a Qt Application/Program and transfer it to a Personal Website? Thanks



  • Hello, Hi, Hol'a. I am getting into the world of Qt development and C++. I need some help developers, about some questions. What program's should I download and where should I start from for good pratice with C+ programming and Qt Programming. I have the Ubuntu Qt Creator Program, the gui program on Ubuntu.
    The reason for joining the Qt society, is because it caught my eye the power of it. I am trying to create a Qt application/program and next transferring it to a website. Can a working Qt program/application be transferred to a html program within a personal website to be used. Here is a good example. http://www.uberprints.com/studio#ref-start-designing
    If you could be please help me out with this some good advice and to the qt world power. I would really appreciate it.
    Thank You
    Ron


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    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Do you have the idea of building a website using Qt ? Or do you want some backend code be run using Qt ?



  • I have a website that I have created with Coffeecup Visual Site Desinger. This program gives the ability to import html data. I don't know that much about Qt programming to be honest, I wish their was a starter program, a simple guide. I don't know what backend code that is qt. I don't know what to do next. Is there a program that will start me out from fresh and free. Thanks


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    Hi @RonM3,

    Qt is mainly a library for the C++ language and the QML language. Do you know C++ or QML? These are suitable for writing desktop apps and mobile apps.

    You can also use Qt to write a web server app, or a website's backend. However, Qt is not suitable for creating the website frontend that runs in a web browser. You cannot replace Coffeecup Visual Site Designer with Qt.

    Is there a program that will start me out from fresh and free.

    Yes. See http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/gettingstartedqt.html to learn how to write a desktop app.



  • @SGaist said:

    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Do you have the idea of building a website using Qt ? Or do you want some backend code be run using Qt ?

    as for web programming, QT is not the best bet, mate. It's a great tool for building cross-platform apps, like this. And it has a big potential on this for individual devs


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