Qt (pronounced "cute") is the cross-platform application framework Lintel uses to build desktop apps. Qt is free, open source, extremely versatile, and with its language bindings is compatible with most popular programming languages.
Qt is a complete platform that allows Lintel to write high performance and high-quality applications that integrate well into each environment — primarily Windows, OS X, Linux, but also with some support for Android, iOS — all using the same codebase.
Qt offers elegance with simplicity, but not at the cost of performance and flexibility. It is the toolkit of choice for Autodesk Maya, Blackberry, DreamWorks, Google Earth, KDE, Skype, Ubuntu, VirtualBox, VLC media player, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and many more.