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How internationalization (I18N) can be used in Qt applications.

May 6, 2013 2 comments

The Qt framework supports internationalization (I18N) and you can easily use it to your applications with a little effort. So, in this article I’ll show you how you can make it happen in a simple Qt application. The first thing you should do is making the GUI of the application translation-aware. That means setting all the texts you want of your widgets to be translatable. From the Qt Designer you can make translation-aware all your widgets. Here is an image that shows you how you can make the text of a QPushButton instance to be translation-aware :

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Black Box Unit Testing with the QT Framework.

March 2, 2011 Leave a comment

Black Box testing and general testing is a key step in the iterative development methodologies (e.g. UP, XP, Agile) as it performs both the validation and verification of units in a system.

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Portable and Abstract version for storing settings in QT applications.

July 11, 2010 Leave a comment

The QT provides an adorable way to store the settings of a program with a GUI (and not only) by means of the QSettings library. Below, we quote a personal version of the project ‘parkman‘ (Parking Manager).

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