These are general notes and links for this subject. In other words, this is a table of contents. Many links are often specific to a target platform.
Some of the links to my posts are to incomplete drafts. Also, I edit these blogs periodically, since pyqtdeploy is actively developed and I am learning too. It is best to consult source documentation.
Cross-platform and Localization/Internationalization/i18n
You want the largest possible audience or market. You are using Qt because it:
- is cross platform.
- is cross language: supports localization ( internationalization)
You increase your audience by porting to new platforms AND by localizing to new languages.
Original (source) documentation
pyqtdeploy v0.6 User Guide
Qt for iOS
Qt for Android
Cross platform software development
More notes about pyqtdeploy
Deciding between Xcode and QtCreator for packaging PyQt apps for OSX
Target Linux and MacOS
MacOS bundling (packaging) a pyqtdeployed app using Xcode
iOS part 1 (prepare tools)
iOS part 2 (cross compile static libraries)
iOS part 3 (cross compile app and deploy)
Android cross compiling Qt example C apps
Android part 1 (prepare tools and cross compile static libraries)
Android part 2 (cross compile app)
Android part 3 (deploy and debug) DRAFT
Localizing PyQt app for target OSX using Xcode
More localizing PyQt app for target OSX
Using Qt Linguist phrasebooks
Adventures in translating an app to Chinese
Universal user interface
Commands that support gestures