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Qt 5 Projects by Marco Piccolino

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Summary

In this chapter, we built upon the work we did in Chapters 7Sendinging Sensor Readings to a Device with a Non-UI App, and Chapter 8Building a Mobile Dashboard to Display Real-Time Sensor Data, by augmenting our sensor dashboard application with two core features:

  • Support for the HTTP channel to sensor data transmission
  • Use of web technology to create an alternative charting UI

By doing this, we engaged with several new Qt modules and APIs — Qt Network, QtWebEngine, and QtWebChannel — and also made good use of the third-party QHttp project.

This chapter has shown you how Qt, while still not being a viable choice for implementing UIs in the browser (but things are changing, see Appendix Additional and Upcoming Qt Features for ...

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