I am a beginner in terms of programming. Know base of C/C++. Wanted to try to write a simple application with a graphical interface. I wanted to ask: what IDE is better to use for this? Read the article about QtCreator, but had problems with the compiler installation (I wanted to use the VS2013 compiler). And is it possible to write GUI applications in VS2013?
in extreme cases you can (should) split code, the interface to do in qtcreator, if it is more convenient.
If you only write for windows and cross-platform is not needed, and not C++
rozella_Robel14 answered on July 9th 19 at 11:06
It is best to use Native graphic libraries IDE. Ie if you use Windows forms, Visual Studio is better if Qt - QtCreator better (and no there is no problem with the compiler from visual Studio, just so he picked up a gun during the installation, it is necessary to put prior to the installation of QtCreator, or you will have to manually configure. It's easy, but requires some understanding of what you actually do). If you do andropovskiy GUI - use Android Studio, etc.
Why? Well, just the "native" tool, usually imprisoned under "native" graphics library/framework.
It is possible and not native, but you will need a stronger understanding of how the library works (because many things which you have done "native" IDE, you will have to do by hand)
mazie.Towne answered on July 9th 19 at 11:08
Problems with the compiler decide, can an older version of VS to try, it is possible MinGW, but Qt generally not a very good option for Windows is better and C++ Builder .NET (C++/CLI, Winforms, writing in Visual Studio, including 2013), and even better to write in C#, since Visual Studio and Windows.
Leora answered on July 9th 19 at 11:10
And is it possible to write GUI applications in VS2013?
Pearline.Grah answered on July 9th 19 at 11:12
Will help you to solve "a problem installing kompilatora" install msys2, and from there via pacman install gcc, qtcreator, etc. I advise you to spend half a day.