The Qt application framework is quickly taking over all software development
environments and being adapted for use by all modern programming languages
from C++ to Java to Python and Mono.This book teaches you how to
utilize Qt with Mono (the Open Source version of C#). Mono
development, once associated strictly with the Gnome desktop, is now
migrating to the Qt platform just like the K desktop (KDE) did years
ago. Ubuntu has been pushing this migration with their Unity front end
and OpenSuse (one of the biggest Mono development shops) isn't far behind.
Even veteran C++ Qt developers will find this book useful for its in-depth
chapter on report creation. Generation of pretty, or even column
aligned reports has been the major stumbling block of the Qt environment
since its creation. New tools and some major tricks have come are way
and they are covered here, along with the pitfalls placed in our path by an
inexcusable change to the Linux printing environment.