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The community behind Qt is both massive and approachable. Digia (also owners) are joined by the likes of Intel, KDAB, ICS, Canonical and numerous others in sponsoring development, while communities such as KDE also contribute significantly. Forums are active, mailing lists are open, irc channels chatting, git repositories well managed. Answers to questions are usually minutes away. See More
If you're looking to write a graphical frontend for your native, multiplatform application, why the hell are you deploying an entire browser with something like Electron? Use a native, multiplatform graphical toolkit like Qt! It's open source, beautifully documented, and industry tested. I highly recommend giving it a try for your next project. See More
In the practical case, there are not much chance to build memory size or space size sensitive application. The size is just reduced by using webview and adding minimum lib/framework/sdk. Which means some features, we need to manually add them as a developer. Still Neutralinojs is amazing work. See More