"Stay at the eyepiece and keep looking.
Then soar beyond the limits."
The goal of this website is to provide missing tutorials and publications in the domain of C++ and Qt framework. The website exists since 2013 and attempts to explain topics of intermediate difficulty in an approachable manner. Most recently, the website attempts to challenge traditional methods of explaining code. While the website strives to provide real-life coding examples, for educational reasons it occasionally simplifies certain problems.
Current focus and future direction
The website is currently focused on general topics that concern GUI applications (deployment, help, file I/O), the QGraphics capability of the Qt framework, multithreading in Qt, STL-related topics in C++. While these topics will remain of interest in the future, the predominant focus of the website is going to shift to functional programming concepts in C++.
Content use restrictions
Unless stated otherwise, the source code and code snippets published on this website are public domain and you are free to use them as you please without explicitly mentioning the source. Images in the section C++ Infographics cannot be used for commercial purposes without explicit permission.
The website is updated on a regular basis. The top priority is given to correcting mistakes in the code. The second highest priority is given to the compatibility with the latest versions of Qt and C++. The date of the last update is mentioned at the bottom of a specific webpage.
Compliance with best coding practices and official documentation
Although a maximum effort is put into making sure that the tutorials follow best coding practices, please notice that tutorials on this website do not form part of any official documentation. Please, always check your code against the officially acknowledged sources for Qt and C++.
Reference list for tutorials
The tutorials follow the coding practices from the following sources 1.Mark Summerfield: Advanced QT Programming (2011). 2.Bjarne Stroustrup: Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ (2014). 3.Kurt Guntheroth: Optimized C++ (2016),. In addition, the website heavily relies online resources provided by Official Qt documentation and Qt Quarterly. Resources related to specific topics are mentioned directly in the text.