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Qt 5 Projects by Marco Piccolino

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Wiring User Interaction and Delivering the Final App

In this chapter, we will sketch the implementation of the two remaining usecases of Chapter 1, Writing Acceptance Tests and Building a Visual Prototype, so that the app reaches the minimal set of functionalities that will make it (almost) useful in the real world.

Further on, we will add the already-designed Qt Quick UI on top of the use case logic implemented in the previous chapter, and show how easy it is to mount this (or any other) UI layer without altering the underlying logic at all.

Finally, we will discuss some guidelines about platform-specific resources and workflows to deploy the app to a few different desktop (Windows and macOS) and mobile (Android and iOS) platforms.

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