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“In the summer of 1990, Haavard [Nord] and Eirik [Chambe-Eng] were working together on a C++ database application for ultrasound images. The system needed to be able to run with a GUI on Unix, Macintosh, and Windows. One day that summer, Haavard and Eirik went outside to enjoy the sunshine, and as they sat on a park bench, Haavard said, “We need an object-oriented display system.” The resulting discussion laid the intellectual foundation for the object-oriented cross-platform GUI framework they would soon go on to build.”<ref>Blanchette, J & Summerfield, M. (2006). C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4. Prentice Hall.</ref>
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* “In the summer of 1990, Haavard [Nord] and Eirik [Chambe-Eng] were working together on a C++ database application for ultrasound images. The system needed to be able to run with a GUI on Unix, Macintosh, and Windows. One day that summer, Haavard and Eirik went outside to enjoy the sunshine, and as they sat on a park bench, Haavard said, “We need an object-oriented display system.” The resulting discussion laid the intellectual foundation for the object-oriented cross-platform GUI framework they would soon go on to build.”<ref>Blanchette, J & Summerfield, M. (2006). C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4. Prentice Hall.</ref>
 
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Revision as of 10:59, 22 May 2015

What is Qt?

Qt on Wikipedia

History

Qt 20years infographic big.jpg
Qt-history-logos 1995-2015.gif
  • “In the summer of 1990, Haavard [Nord] and Eirik [Chambe-Eng] were working together on a C++ database application for ultrasound images. The system needed to be able to run with a GUI on Unix, Macintosh, and Windows. One day that summer, Haavard and Eirik went outside to enjoy the sunshine, and as they sat on a park bench, Haavard said, “We need an object-oriented display system.” The resulting discussion laid the intellectual foundation for the object-oriented cross-platform GUI framework they would soon go on to build.”[1]
  • Release history

References


  1. Blanchette, J & Summerfield, M. (2006). C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4. Prentice Hall.