I love Qt — it is one of the best frameworks I’ve ever worked with for any kind of development in C++. I was excited when Packt approached me to write a mini-guide on getting started with Qt Creator, Qt’s cross-platform IDE. As written, the book covers everything you need to know to get started using Qt Creator, from installing the IDE to compiling, editing, debugging, optimization, and localization. There’s also a chapter on using Qt for mobile development on Android.
This book is aimed at developers new to Qt and IDEs in general. If you’re just getting started programming, maybe studying on your own or taking a college course, you’ll want a copy.