Are there any tools to run C++ applications written in QT on standard web browsers?
My C++ app has to run from a webpage, do some math, and return the result back to the webpage.
preguntado el 27 de agosto de 11 a las 16:08
You can't. You can write the server side in a web app in C++, of course, but the Qt GUI framework is only for applications that show their user interface on the machine they are running on. (With the usual caveats in the case of remote X11 connections and so forth, but that won't help you for a web app).
EDIT: Here is the link. https://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/Server-Driven_UI_with_Hybrid_QtWebkit
There is one more solution to this, you can write a browser plugin. I think that this is better then ActiveX and NaCl. For details on how to write plugins check this: ¿Cómo escribir un complemento C ++ FireFox 3 (no una extensión) en Windows?