We've put up three tutorials using Qt, and we think you should try them. Why? Because they use Nokia's awesome new Qt Creator tool for quick design. Because Qt is easy to learn, cross-platform, super fast and lots of fun. Because each of those tutorials is a complete, finished project that does something useful and is easily extended to fit your needs. But most of all because coding is fun and everyone should give it a try at least once!
Rather than make you dig through Google to find our Qt tutorials, we figured we'd list them here for easy access. And if you have any suggestions for more Qt project tutorials, drop us a comment below and we'll see what can be arranged.
- Create a media player Looking for a tutorial about Qt and Phonon? You've found it: this teaches you how to build a simple media player with less than half an hour's work.
- Create an ffmpeg front-end Learn how to execute command-line programs through Qt by building a front-end for ffmpeg that makes it easy to encode videos for the iPhone, the PSP or the GP2X.
- Create an RSS reader Get your news delivered straight to your desktop with this tutorial on Qt, XML and RSS - it really couldn't be much easier.
If you've whizzed through all those and want more programming projects to tackle, make sure you check out our coding project archive - it's full of tutorials for Python, C++, C# and more, all for free!
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