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Qt 5 Projects by Marco Piccolino

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What this book covers

Chapter 1, Writing Acceptance Tests and Building a Visual Prototype, describes a simple personal app project (What's in my fridge?) both in terms of the problems it tries to solve and the solutions that an application helps come up with. We write acceptance tests with Qt Test to ensure that the main usage scenarios are met. We introduce the Qt Quick Designer and Qt Quick Controls as an effective means of prototyping and implementing user interfaces.

Chapter 2, Defining a Solid and Testable App Core, shows how the powerful Qt object model (especially signals, slots, and properties) makes it easy to design the application's architecture by means of well-defined layers, and also makes it easy to write terse and reusable ...

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