[Interest] QT 5.1/5.2 Books

Karl Ruetz karl.ruetz at ruetzdogz.com
Fri Aug 16 12:42:03 CEST 2013


Bon jour, M. Belz, 

Thank you for your response. 

At this point, I
am still trying to sell Qt as the preferred development platform for
upcoming mobile projects to upper management. The existence of a book of
the quality of the older Qt 4 books would enhance my argument. 

If I
get Qt approved, I will definitely contact you if we run into issues
that Qt's documentation and our own experimentation cannot solve. 


On 2013-08-15 13:29, guillaume.belz at free.fr wrote: 

> Hello 
> I
am one of the authors of a book on Qt 5 written in French:
http://www.d-booker.fr/110-qt-5-les-essentiels.html [1] 
> This book
covers in detail some features of Qt 5 that are not covers in previous
books on Qt 4, in particular Qt Quick 2. It was written to be accessible
to all users of Qt, from designers without any programming knowledge to
the advanced developers. 
> Moreover, it's updated according to the
release of Qt, such as Qt 5.1 (QtQuick.Controls, QtQuick.Layouts,
QtQuick.Windows were added, QtQuick.Sensors is being written, etc.) The
mobile development is also covered (specific problems to install Qt for
Android and some exemples codes are available on my blog:
http://guillaumebelz.wordpress.com/ [2] also in French, sorry). 
> We
talk with the publisher for an English version of the book, but that
will depend on the demand. If there are any topics that you would like
covered, please don't hesitate to talk, we can complete the book or I
can write blog articles (in English) if this is off topic for the book.

> ++ 
> Guillaume Belz 
> -------------------------
>> DE: "Karl
Ruetz" <karl.ruetz at ruetzdogz.com>
>> À: interest at qt-project.org
ENVOYÉ: Jeudi 15 Août 2013 19:36:14
>> OBJET: [Interest] QT 5.1/5.2
>> Our company is about to jump into mobile development with
both feet (finally). Up to now, all our products have been server and
desktop products. Now we are beginning the design process for smart
phone and tablet based client applications for our server products. 

>> Of course, I'm pushing to use Qt for this project. One of the things
that helped me sell Qt for the server and desktop apps were the terrific
books written by Jasmin Blanchette Mark Summerfield, Alan Ezust, and
Paul Ezust that helped us get our younger programmers up and going with
Qt very quickly. 
>> Are their similar books being authored that
cover Qt for Android and iOS on the horizon? 
>> Karl 
>> Interest mailing
>> Interest at qt-project.org

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