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QtWs17: Practical Qt Lite

The Qt World Summit recordings 2017 are online. basysKom presented “Practical Qt Lite”. Qt Lite is a project within Qt geared towards optimizing Qt for smaller devices. One important feature of the overall Qt Lite story is the ability to create size optimized, application specific builds of Qt. These require less flash, less RAM and also load faster. In this presentation we show how to create such size optimized builds with and without Qt Lite and  present some actual numbers on achievable savings. Have fun!

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Frank Meerkötter

Frank Meerkötter

Frank Meerkoetter is the Development Lead for basysKom GmbH, where he is consulting customers on industrial and embedded applications, often in combination with Qt. He is responsible for the technical consulting, system- and software-architecture within basysKom. He is the maintainer of Qt OPC UA and a contributor to the Qt project. He has a strong background in Embedded Linux, systems programming, distributed systems and application development. He holds a Master of Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt.
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