Ubuntu Device Support Within Qt Creator
Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 20 March 2013 at 01:09 AM EDT. Add A Comment
For those curious about the Ubuntu Linux device integration support within Qt Creator, here's some details.

It was earlier shared that Canonical was looking at using Qt Creator for the Ubuntu SDK as its integrated development environment. For those curious about the Ubuntu Touch device integration within Canonical's Qt Creator IDE work, Rick Spencer has posted some details about where things stand today with device interfacing.

The Canonical employee covered the Ubuntu device integration details with the Qt/KDE focused IDE on his blog. The integration makes it very easy to run in-development software from Qt Creator on the mobile Ubuntu device connected via USB to the development system. That's where things are at so far.
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