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The Modern UX is Mine: How Personalizing the Embedded GUI Unlocks the User Experience of Tomorrow

Harrison Donahue - The Qt Company - Watch Now - Duration: 37:04

In a world where mobile and web set the bar for the most modern and intuitive experiences, how can we extend that to the most constrained platforms like embedded devices and make a great user experience ubiquitous? Personalization is the key, however delivering a unique static experience isn't scalable. This talk will look at how embracing higher-level languages can help the user interface meet the consumer’s wants and needs. We'll walk through how to use Qt to develop for a variety of embedded platforms in a way that maximizes code and design asset reuse to deliver a consistent experience that is both dynamic and flexible.
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leandropg
Score: 1 | 2 months ago | 1 reply

Hi Harrison... Amazing the capabilities of QT... I would like to start with QT... Maybe use the ESP32... Is possible use QT on that microcontrollers? Where I can start with QT?

hdonahueSpeaker
Score: 0 | 2 months ago | no reply

Thanks, @leandropg!
We have seen a lot of interest in Espressif, so would love to learn more about your use case - connected device no doubt :)

Qt for MCUs 2.0 was released this year and was our step in establishing our first LTS version now that it's reached maturity.

The main MCU page is a good place to start, see below... or send me a note at harrison.donahue@qt.io

https://www.qt.io/product/develop-software-microcontrollers-mcu

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