In the previous posts, we always used only one qml-file. No it’s time to split it up and create qml-components.
This is a rather simple and almost useless Button. Essentially we can see a button as a click-able rectangle.
Now after posting some simple examples of QML, it’s time to try it out.
Now let’s add something more visual appealing to the text. We will add a frame around the text using a grayed border and a gradient for the background. To make the text readable we change the text color to white.
Let’s make our previous post a little bit more interesting. We add an animation to the text, which allows the text to bounce vertically on the screen. The changes are small, but the effect is pretty cool.
Hello World in QML. QML is Qt’s Markup Language to create vivid UIs. It’s new and in a preview state. Expect examples shown break until QML get’s stable.