Cross-platform development in QML
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With Qt Quick 5, complete QML-based applications can easily be written for multiple platforms with little or no platform-specific code. Learn the basics of QML, and how to use standard controls and modules to rapidly prototype and build feature-rich and native-looking apps that run on both your desktop and your mobile device.
By the end of this tutorial, participants should have developed a functional app and deployed it to their Mer, Android, Jolla, BlackBerry, Plasma, iOS or WinRT devices.
(Upstream SDK kits for Linux will be provided on CD. Participants might prefer to install native versions of Qt Creator and QtQuick development libraries before attending, as well as any additional tools for proprietary OS deployment [e.g. XCode, MSVC] if required by your device.)
Tomas is a freelance scientific programmer and mobile application developer with a keen interest in open and portable scientific software. With the rise of functional and declarative programming in both the scientific and embedded space, he has worked to transition groups to easy-entry yet full-featured open platforms for their frontend, data manipulation and visualisation needs.