Out of pure curiosity, is it possible to use another library (like Cinder) within a JUCE application? From searching the web, I'm seeing that people have used Cinder with Qt, but I have no idea how that was done. I even saw a video on YouTube where JUCE and Cinder were both in the video's title, so it seems to be possible.
If this is possible, how do you think you would go about doing this? Like how would you get Cinder to draw on a window that JUCE? I don't know much about the inner workings of these libraries so I'm not sure what else I could ask.
Is there anyone here that has used another library like this, and if so could you describe some things about it? For instance, hope did you make them work together? Were there any benefits of using another library with JUCE? Were there any problems or compilations you faced? Things like that.
Just to be clear, I don't know if I'd ever need to actually use another library like Cinder with JUCE. I'm just curious if you can and if there's benefit to doing so. I love JUCE and to be honest, I haven't found a missing feature that I've needed so far. In other words, I've always been able to find what I need. I actually recommend JUCE to almost every programmer I talk to. :)
Thanks in advance for any discussion on this topic.