[Interest] Qt mobile apps v native

Robert Iakobashvili coroberti at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 10:49:14 CEST 2015

Hi John,


if ("You already have a Qt desktop application or planning it" && "You
are planning to use Qt beyond GUI - Networking, Containers, QString,
    "Yes, it is worth to do it."
    Since it is still rather buggy, be ready to spend your time on workarounds.
    Since many features are out and some are looking not native,
    you will write a lot of native code.

    Thus, it could be a time consuming overkill for you.

     A good alternative could be to separate business logic to some
     Generic Layer and Presentation Layer in the native-written code.

Hope this has help.

On Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 7:22 PM, John C. Turnbull
<ozemale at ozemail.com.au> wrote:
> Thanks very much Jason for this helpful info.
> When I asked this question, I was referring to the times you want to embed a
> web browser in your app. I believe in both iOS and Android you are forced to
> use the native browser so how can you integrate that effectively into your
> scene graph if you wanted to rotate it, move it and resize it or apply some
> effects on it?
> 7. How does Qt integrate the native mobile browser in such a way that the
> standard effects and transformations that can be applied to other Qt objects
> be applied?
> -jct
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