By jan-arve

Introducing Qt Quick Layouts

Published Thursday May 16th, 2013 | 20 Comments on Introducing Qt Quick Layouts
Posted in Declarative UI, Layouts, Qt Quick, Qt Quick 2

If you want to create a QML application where the UI responds well to window resizing, the toolbox that Qt Quick offers has been somewhat limited. Qt 5.1 will offer the new Qt Quick types RowLayout, ColumnLayout and GridLayout for this purpose. Background Up until Qt 5.1, positioners and anchors have been the only Qt Quick […]

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Anchor layout joins the family of QGraphicsLayout

Published Thursday November 26th, 2009 | 16 Comments on Anchor layout joins the family of QGraphicsLayout
Posted in Graphics View, Kinetic, Layouts

For a long time the standard layouts shipped with Qt’s have been built around the concepts of linear and grid layouts. In the QLayout regime they are represented as QBoxLayout and QGridLayout. In the QGraphicsLayout regime they are represented as QGraphicsLinearLayout and QGraphicsGridLayout. We therefore started early this year with research on a new layout. […]

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Qt Animation Framework 2.3 is out

Published Thursday April 23rd, 2009 | 13 Comments on Qt Animation Framework 2.3 is out
Posted in Graphics, Kinetic

Since I don’t want to take focus away from the 4.5.1 release, I’ll keep this short. We have now released an updated version of the Animation Framework solution. There are not so many visible changes to the animation classes – besides bug fixes we renamed QAbstractAnimation::iterationCount back to QAbstractAnimation::loopCount. (You don’t want to know how […]

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