• Debugging

    If you install Qt Creator as part of Qt, the GNU Symbolic Debugger is installed automatically and you should be ready to start debugging after you create a new project. However, you can change the setup to use debugging tools for Windows, for example. You can connect devices to your development host and debug processes running on the devices.

  • Analyzing Code

    Use tools for analyzing C++ and QML code to identify issues in memory management, CPU usage, coding constructs, and so on. You must install and configure the tools on your system to use them from Qt Creator. However, the QML Profiler is installed as part of Qt Creator for profiling Qt Quick applications.

  • Running Autotests

    Create, build and run Qt tests, Qt Quick tests, Google tests, and Boost tests using Qt Creator.

  • Using Squish

    Map AUTs to Qt Creator and run Squish test suites and cases from it.

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