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Qt 5 Projects by Marco Piccolino

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Building a visual prototype

What we have seen so far is all nice and useful, but probably not exciting — unless you are an application architecture dude like me, that is.

It's likely you have come to Qt because of its rendering capabilities, not so much for its general programming facilities. Yet, I hope that by now you have come to appreciate the non-rendering capabilities of Qt as well.

Now that we have spent a little brain power on laying down our first use case and its main scenario, we can consider a UI that will serve the use case well. Right, serve. The UI is there to serve a purpose, that is, enable a user to carry out some task (check out what's left in the fridge). While we are at it, we should also add the other two usecases that ...

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