An Introduction to Design Patterns in C++ with Qt 4 (Alan Ezust, et al)

 
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An Introduction to Design Patterns in C++ with Qt 4 (Alan Ezust, et al)

This book is an entire academic reference that assumes no previous know-how of C, C++, objects, or patterns. you may walk through every center idea, one step at a time, studying thru an intensive collection of Qt four.1-tested examples and sporting events.

By the time you're done, you will be creating multithreaded GUI programs that access databases and manage XML documents - programs that run on structures together with windows, Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X. high-quality of all, you'll be writing code it really is green, reusable, and fashionable.

  • Learn objects fast: classes, inheritance, polymorphism, and more
  • Master powerful design patterns
  • Discover efficient high-level programming techniques using libraries, generics, and containers
  • Build graphical applications using Qt widgets, models, and views
  • Learn advanced techniques ranging from multithreading to reflective programming
  • Use Qt's built-in classes for accessing MySQL data
  • Includes a complete C++ language reference

Ebook Details

About the Authors
  • Alan Ezust acquired his M.Sc in laptop technological know-how from McGill and has delivered guides on object-orientated programming and APIs for over 15 years. he's a teacher and courseware developer at ics.com, a leading company of Trolltech-certified Qt training and offerings in the course of North us.
  • Paul Ezust chairs Suffolk college's department of arithmetic and pc technology and has taught pc technology for almost thirty years. He has carried out great consulting and contract programming.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
1 edition (September 10, 2006), eBook (2009)
Hardcover
656 pages
ISBN-10
0131879057
ISBN-13
978-0131879058

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