[Interest] Qt is good because...
sivan at omniqueue.com
Tue Mar 27 14:12:23 CEST 2012
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 1:38 PM, Harri Pasanen <harri at mpaja.com> wrote:
> Personally for me C & C++ support are essential, as those provide access
> to a wealth of ready to use libraries, like libav, opencv, etc.
> They also provide the required speed improvement when starting to polish
> feature complete applications. I may do the prototype/first version in
Right, and I noted this in a way in my previous post perhaps not as
positively as I should. It is just the vibes I'm receiving on my end
(to my discontent) from local and international industry emphasizes
and other "more developer friendly" (-easier to learn and get started
in speed) technologies. (a LOT of apps today are cloud data
consumption apps or content and the HTML5/JS , QML is perfect for this
> Good Python support in Qt is nice, although for mobile less interesting
I would love to see PySide (personally I'm a fan) become more closer
in performance to native. PySide is a rather pleasurable way and fun
> C++ popularity together.
> Python was the clear winner.
My personal preference is again, Python. Which is why I love PySide so
much. But it seems that "serious" apps in Qt must be written in C++.
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