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Widget or Quick and other IDE
Grunk last edited by Grunk
I want to try QT on a mini project to see if it can suit our need for our real project but i have some questions :)
For a desktop application and taking into account that i will use QT 5.6 , should i use QT Quick2 or QT widget ?
The real project where qt could be use is currently a C++ MFC app with lot of custom views (very few native widget).
Most of the logic code is already written in multiplateform C++11 (thread,socket,use management, etc...) so qt will only be used for the UI.
I'd rather not use Qt Creator for C++. Is it possible ? On Windows we use VS2015 and Clion (or netbeans) on Linux. I could use QT creator for designing UI if it's mandatory but i want to stick to other IDE for the daily coding.
Any link or tutorial on the procedure would be greatly appreciated :)
Thanks for your help ;)
QT Quick or QT widget ?
well considering how much is already c++ and app sound like
real desktop program, then i vote for widget.
Using QML for interface would add a new layer over the views if to exist in
c++ and even that brings good separation it is more work and maintenance.
I'd rather not use Qt Creator for C++
There are full support for some versions of VS. Im pretty sure you can
use VS for most.