Project file created using the Qt software development toolkit (SDK), which allows developers to create cross-platform applications; contains all the information necessary to compile a Qt application with the Qt qmake command.
PRO files include references to project libraries, assets, and source code files, as well as other files such as application resources (.QRC files), project includes (.PRI files), translation sources (.TS files), phrase books (.QPH files), and style sheets (.QSS files).
Qt projects are used for creating applications that run on the Qt framework. They are commonly used for creating mobile applications.
NOTE: Qt SDK was previously developed by Nokia before Digia acquired the software.
File created by Adobe Proto, an Adobe Touch App used for creating interactive wireframes and website prototypes; can store multiple page layouts, each with interactive elements; supports CSS, WebKit, and jQuery technologies.
Adobe Proto designs can be rendered and viewed within standard Web browsers. Saved projects can be uploaded to the Adobe Creative Cloud and then downloaded in Dreamweaver for more extensive editing.
NOTE: Adobe Proto has been discontinued and is no longer available for purchase.
Presentation created with ProPresenter, a lyric presentation program; contains video and lyrics that can be pre-sequenced to worship songs and other music; often used by churches and ministries to create visual lyric displays during worship.
Project created by Punch! Software Professional Home Design applications; contains a layout design of a home; includes foundation, floor, electrical, plumbing, roofing, deck, and landscape objects and properties that are customized by the user.
To create a PRO file, select File → Save or Save As..., name your file, and click OK.
To open a PRO file, select File → Open, navigate to your file, and click OK.
Project file created by KiCad, a free electronic design automation (EDA) program used for creating PCB designs and other electronics schematics; can be opened within the Windows, Linux, or Mac version of the software.
KiCad project files store a few common parameters for all schematics (.SCH files) and PCB layouts (.BRD files) in the project.