[Moved] Things I miss as C# developer



  • Hi everyone

    I've used visual studio for long time, there are some things I miss in the QTCreator (I have to use it, I've switched to Ubuntu):

    I like the integration of UML tools in the Visual studio

    do you know such a tool that can be integrated in QtCreator, it will make my life easier

    Which database you are most likely to use for desktop applications, I mean a one for cross-platform applications (is it MySQL), in C# the first option was of course SQL Express Databases for light-weight applications.

    I've used LINQ for designing the business layer which was really awesome, where I don't have to deal with SQL statement, do you suggest a package which have been tested in the market

    Although I miss those things I was able to design very powerful applications in this framework, although I'm really new to C++ but everything was clear and easy, I like the Model-View design, Graphics view ...

    everything is cool



  • [quote author="maherali" date="1316407598"]# I like the integration of UML tools in the Visual studio
    do you know such a tool that can be integrated in QtCreator, it will make my life easier
    [/quote] You could see if there's a request for it in the "bugtracker":bugreports.qt.nokia.com, search for someone who already made a plug-in, or write a creator plug-in yourself.

    [quote]# Which database you are most likely to use for desktop applications, I mean a one for cross-platform applications (is it MySQL), in C# the first option was of course SQL Express Databases for light-weight applications.[/quote]Often used databases are MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite (light weight). Of course there's tons more of them available.



  • Franzk thanks but writing new plugin for QtCreator is not an easy task that can be done on the fly.
    Thanks



  • [quote author="maherali" date="1316455972"]Franzk thanks but writing new plugin for QtCreator is not an easy task that can be done on the fly.[/quote]

    I never said you should :). It's still an option though.


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