Declarative UI

Overview of the new features in Qt Quick

Published Friday June 21st, 2013 | 38 Comments on Overview of the new features in Qt Quick
Posted in Declarative UI, desktop, Qt, Qt Quick 2

We have added a lot of new functionality to Qt Quick in Qt 5.1 and this blog aims to give you a brief overview. Most of the features that were previously part of the Desktop Components Project are now officially part of Qt Quick. The most obvious one being the inclusion of a new QtQuick.Controls module, but we have […]

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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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Getting in touch with Qt Quick: Gestures and QML

Published Tuesday October 5th, 2010 | 9 Comments on Getting in touch with Qt Quick: Gestures and QML
Posted in Declarative UI, Labs, Qt Quick

We here in Qt development are pretty excited about the Qt 4.7.0 release. In particular, some of us have been focusing our enthusiasm on the Qt Quick framework. Gestures are a natural fit for the easy UI development the QML language enables. Currently however, there isn’t any gesture functionality exposed in the core declarative library. […]

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