By Friedemann Kleint

QML and Qt for Python interaction

Published Monday May 14th, 2018 | 7 Comments on QML and Qt for Python interaction
Posted in Qt for Python

Besides QtWidgets for desktop applications, Qt has another UI technology, QML. Today, I would like to show how QML interacts with Qt for Python, roughly based on the tutorial example declarative/extending/chapter3-bindings. First, let’s have a look at the typical boiler plate code for loading a .qml file. We instantiate a QGuiApplication and a QQuickView. We set […]

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Port to Windows Runtime kick-started

Published Friday February 15th, 2013 | 25 Comments on Port to Windows Runtime kick-started
Posted in News, Qt, Windows

With Windows 8, Microsoft introduced a new platform, the Windows Runtime. On the desktop, the operating system provides 2 modes: Classic mode: This mode shows the familiar Windows desktop known from Windows 7 (with the exception of the start menu), in which traditional applications using the Win32 API run. No modifications are required for Qt 4 or Qt 5-based […]

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Usage of the QFormLayout

Published Monday July 7th, 2008 | 7 Comments on Usage of the QFormLayout
Posted in Qt

Hi there. Introducing myself, my name is Friedemann Kleint, and I am one of the trolls hacking away at Qt Designer at the Berlin Office. Today, I would like to draw your attention to the QFormLayout class. This is a special layout class suited to the common descriptive label – control arrangement found in many […]

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