Is C++ Qt with Matlab to deploy trading algo on Linux and Apple Mac OSX best?

(Last Updated On: May 12, 2015)

Is C++ Qt with Matlab to deploy trading algo on Linux and Apple Mac OSX best?

My Windows has been dogging over the last few months as well maintaining for anti virus is becoming to burdensome.

I have struggled which way to go but I was sort of impressed with KDevelop for Linux until I found this thing called Qt. I always knew about but let’s take a serious look at for  trading application deployment over multi operating systems.

With Matlab code generating with the support of the MINGW GCC compiler on Windows may be the way to go:

http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/newsreader/view_thread/331458

https://wiki.qt.io/MinGW-64-bit

Don’t forget I can use Matlab Guide with Java deployment for write one deploy anywhere mentality. Qt and this other option could be quite nice!

How Qt Creator maybe a decent way to build interfaces in C++:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25402225/how-to-build-64-bit-mingw-qt-application-on-windows-with-qt-creator

For Qt install on Windows:

https://zahidhasan.wordpress.com/2014/09/28/how-to-install-statically-built-qt-64-bit-with-mingw-on-windows-8-1/

Some visualization capabilities with Qt

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