No experience necessary, learn Qt C++ cross platform programming on windows, mac and linux for beginners using Qt 5.
Table of Contents
What you’ll learn
C++ for beginners
Qt 5 Core
Command line programs
Input and output
Signals and slots
Cross Platform Development
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.
No experience necessary, this is a beginners course that will teach you the foundations of both Qt 5 and C++. This course is meant as a direct replacement for an introduction to C++ class. This course starts off with simple topics such as “what is a variable” and ends with some basic Qt classes and how to work with them.
The main focus of this course is to get the student a solid foundation to move forward from. At the end of this course you will be able to create basic applications using C++ and Qt 5. This course overs Qt 5. Because Qt 6 has so many changes, I will re-record these lessons using Qt 6 and place them into a different course, check my instructor profile for updates.
We will start with basic foundational concepts such as variables and each section moves into more complex topics such as templates, classes, error handling and how to use some of the Qt 5 classes includes in the core library. This course uses C++ and Qt Creator which is the best IDE for developing cross platform applications using Qt that can run on Windows, Mac, Linux, embedded devices such as a raspberry pi, iPhone and Android.
This is the starting point for all other Qt 5 courses on that are available on Udemy.