After 2 years of silence I think about reloading this blog (not sure where the final location will be). Two years ago I started with a blog about training material. So I do the same today.
I collected a short list of links to QtQuick training material to read and to watch.
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Normally you can use the qmlviewer application to launch your qml scenes. Another way is to use the C++ class QmlView to load and show the scene. In this post, we write our own QmlViewer application.
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A slider is in general a rectangle with a handle. The handle can be dragged along one axis. The slider notifies others about the handle position. The handle position is normally converted in a value between 0 and 100.
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The difference between a button and a toggle button in general is the toggle button has states: “on” and “off”. This states allows the toggle button to remember it’s current state and influence the appearance when a state changes.
Continue reading “A Toggle Button with States”
In the previous posts, we always used only one qml-file. No it’s time to split it up and create qml-components.
Continue reading “A Button as a Component”
This is a rather simple and almost useless Button. Essentially we can see a button as a click-able rectangle.
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Now after posting some simple examples of QML, it’s time to try it out.
Continue reading “QML Tooling and Documentation”