Now we have all building blocks together to create a login view with username and password field and 2 buttons, one for login the other one for login as guest.
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The Row/Column element in QML are called positioners. They position their children horizontally/vertically in a line-up.
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In a previous post we post, we developed a beautiful TextInput with borders. In this post, we will extract this in a component for later reuse.
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If you ever wondered, what is possible with QtQuick, aka QML have a look.
TextInput allows you to add an editable line to your scene.
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This is a nice screen cast to show you how to run the QML examples and work with QML inside QtCreator.
I would like to make the next example a little bit more fancier than today. The first step is to define a background.
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