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Qt Creator

Apr 09, 2009, 23:04 (2 Talkback[s])

"The killer feature is the embedded version of Qt Designer. Its inclusion means you can drag Qt widgets into the blank canvas of your application and switch to the source code immediately. To create a simple web browser, for instance, just drop the WebKit widget into your application, switch to the main window's source file and add the functionality you need.

"You don't have to worry about precompilers or adding the user-interface to the Makefile - Qt Creator does that for you. Just click on the large Play button to compile your code and run the app.

"But it's the source code editor where you'll spend most of your time, and Qt Creator offers one of the nicest we've used. It looks and feels very similar to KDE's Kate, and includes syntax highlighting, function and bracket folding and code completion."

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