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If you are developing on a Mac, then you may have heard of a great documentation tool called Dash. It's particularly helpful if you are developing with multiple languages at the same time and don't want to go a search engine for every little thing outside of Qt. It contains docsets for a pile of languages and frameworks and lets you easily search across all or some of them instantly (and offline).
To make searching from Qt Creator as simple as possible, we can register Dash as an external tool by going to Preferences > Environment > External Tools. Dash registers a custom URL scheme with Mac OS X so we can open docs from the command line simply by using "open dash://QWidget". To emulate this behavior from Creator, we can add a new external tool like so:
The final step for documentation bliss is to register a key binding that automatically calls Dash with the currently selected text. From the same Environment page in Preferences, you can navigate to the Keyboard tab and enter the name of your external tool in the filter text. Next, simply record the key binding you like. As a big fan of the IDEA tools (Android Studio, WebStorm, etc.) I chose to use the same key binding that Dash uses in those tools which is cmd + shift + d, but to each his/her own.
That's it! Now you can select text in Qt Creator and use your key binding to jump directly to the docs for that selection.
We are very happy that one of our customers have been featured on the Google Play store. We have been working with Stay.com for over two years, and have helped them develop both their iOS and Android app. The last two months we have been doing a rewrite of the Android version together with them. The focus has been on making the app faster, easier to use, and to follow the modern Android UI guidelines correctly...Read More