A Review of Graphical Application Solutions for Embedded Linux Systems

Posted by Cliff Brake on 2012-08-07 | Comments are off for this article

One of the decisions we face when building Embedded Linux systems is what components to use. With Open Source software, there is often more than one good option. Graphical libraries are no exception. In this article, we’ll examine GTK+, Qt, EFL, Android, and HTML/Javascript. There are many factors that go into a choice like this, […]

Qt Creator for C/C++ development

Posted by Cliff Brake on 2010-08-07 | Comments are off for this article

Recently, I’ve been evaluating Qt Creator for general C/C++ development.  I’m currently involved in the development of a rather large C++ application that is approaching 200,000 lines of code and 1000 source modules.  In the past, I’ve typically used Vim for editing, and Eclipse as a gdb front-end when needed.  Qt Creator is a rather […]

Best practices for building Qt applications with OpenEmbedded

Posted by Cliff Brake on 2009-08-06 | 16 Comments to Read

This article describes how to cross compile a Qt application (named qt_tutorial) with OpenEmbedded, and several best practices you should consider.  OpenEmbedded currently includes fairly good support for building Qt — both Qt Embedded and Qt X11.   OE also includes a number of qt classes that make building Qt applications easy.  One of the main […]