Qt part 1: Project configuration

We develop applications for multiple platforms here. How to do this is something of a challenge; in the past, I’ve favored writing custom interfaces and using common business logic. To be blunt, I still think this makes a lot of sense, although in the past we’ve made some choices as to the various languages to write things in that turned out pretty poorly over the years.

Another developer here suggested we evaluate Qt. To make a long story short, we’ve placed an order and plan to use it.

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