[25% Off] Qt 6 Core Intermediate with C++
Duration: 11.0 hours
Continues where the beginners course left off
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No hello world here - This is not a beginners course!
Start cross platform development with Qt and C++ on Windows, Mac or Linux!
This is the second course in the Qt 6 series, and is a follow up to the Qt 6 Core for beginners course. However this course has been designed from the ground up to be very friendly for you c++ experienced programmers that wanted to skip the beginners course and dive right into the more complex Qt Core topics.
Learn cross platform programming with Qt and C++, write once, build anywhere – Qt runs on virtually anything. You probably have applications built with Qt running on your computer, smart phone, television, and other electronics.
There are not a lot of intermediate courses, the goal of this one is to bridge the gap between beginners and advanced programmers.This course continues on to teach the student the core classes in Qt 6. Some experience with C++ is required but you are not expected to be an expert in C++ or the standard library. This course has been updated with a porting from Qt 5 video and a basic guide to quickly installing Qt Creator on Linux, Max and Windows.
We will hyper focus on non-visual classes in Qt Core.
This course is a complete re-record of the popular Qt 5 version of the course featuring new content, upgraded graphics and audio, and we have switched from Qmake to Cmake in order to follow industry standards.