INTRODUCTION TO Qt
By Charles Calkins, Principal Software Engineer
Qt (pronounced "cute") is a cross-platform framework for creating applications. It was originally conceived in 1990, with its first public release in 1995 for Linux. Over time, it developed support for embedded devices, such as cell phones, through desktop platforms, such as Windows and Mac OS X. This article describes the basics of creating a basic calculator application using Qt that can run on multiple devices.