Cross-platform GUI development

Michael L Torrie torriem at chem.byu.edu
Sat Oct 13 06:34:14 CEST 2007


Alexandre Badez wrote:
> Personnaly, I use PyQt simply because I prefere Qt to Gtk, witch is
> much more integrated with all desktop than Gtk.
> In fact, your application in Qt on Mac, Win or Linux look like a
> native app.

Qt doesn't look very native on my desktop.  In fact, Qt apps have always
looked out of place on a Gnome desktop.

On Windows and Mac, no question, they look pretty native.  You do have
to take pains to make the app "feel" native, though.  Like follow the UI
guidelines of the platform,  etc.

> 
> Just a question of "feeling" I think; because most of those GUI
> framework, offer quiet the same functionality.


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