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Qt QML and Emscripten

  • I'm not well versed with Qt, though I'd like to be. I'm tired of wrestling with Javascript toolchains to build user interfaces on the web. I'd like to design a user interface using Qt (QML or Widgets, doesn't really matter to me, though QML seems like the new hotness), that is rock-solid, then deploy it to the web using Webassembly and an asm.js fallback. There are a myriad of examples on the web of Qt apps running in web browsers with asm.js, but they all appear to use Qt 4. There also doesn't appear to be a lot of posts about it since 2015.

    Can anyone tell me the current status of "things" surrounding Qt and Emscripten? Can I learn to build a nice UI with QML and C++ for the business logic, then deploy it to the web with these various tools?

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    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    That would rather be a question for the interest mailing list. You'll find there Qt's developers/maintainers. This forum is more user oriented.

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