Developing Modern Desktop Application in 2022

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Marko Kaasila: SVP, Product Management. Tapio Haantie: Qt Business Line Director, and Maurice Kalinowski: Product Director

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Desktop application development is rapidly evolving. To successfully develop modern software in 2022 and get your product to market as fast as possible, you’ll want to have all the best tools and apply all the best practices. In this webinar, Marko Kaasila, SVP, Product Management, at the Qt Company, will address one of the most interesting trends of the year: the return of the native app. While we’ve witnessed many applications running on the web browser for the past decade, how should we feel seeing many, especially high-performance apps, going back to native? In addition, what helps you to improve your ROI and time-to-market, are the right tools and the seamless collaboration between developers and designers. The Qt Company’s Business Line Director Tapio Haantie discusses the topic together with Product Director Maurice Kalinowski through their findings and use cases. Agenda: • Web vs. native apps: the pros and cons. • The software development lifecycle in a box: how has the development process been involved over the years. • The importance of a common code base and the customer-centric approach to software development.

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