Tutorial on how to build native QtCreator 4.5 to run on a Raspberry Pi, against Qt 5.10.
Raspbian based on Debian Stretch comes with an old (5.7.1) version of Qt that is already outdated and missing some features and modules. Afaik there are no up-to-date backports so the only way to get an up to date version version of Qt with all features enabled running on your Pi is to build it yourself. This tutorial explain how to build Qt, a time of writing the latest, version 5.10.0.
Instructions on how to prepare a Debian Raspbian for headless USB serial console use on a Raspberry Pi Zero, Zero W, A and A+ boards using USB OTG (gadget) mode. Note that these are the only models where it is possible to do so as they don't have a USB hub and the OTG mode is available for use.
So now you have a shiny new Qt build on your Raspberry Pi. Now what ? Testing!
This tutorial presents a very simple, sort-of a Hello World QtQuick applications.
Start your favorite editor (nano, vi, emacs, editor-of-choice) and paste the following code into it and then save it as main.qml
How to install 64-bit kernel and configure the Raspberry Pi3 to boot it.
Building 64-bit cross-compilation tools and a 64-bit kernel for Raspberry Pi 3 using native tools.
On the Pi I'm using a self build of Qt 5.4.2 and it worked very well, until yesterday that is. Suddenly I got no display of my info slides. Strange thing, it worked perfeclt fine before.
After a good bit of cursing I found that my Image didn't show, because for some odd reason the binding of