[Development] The place of QML

Uwe Rathmann Uwe.Rathmann at tigertal.de
Tue May 8 11:02:47 CEST 2012

On 05/08/2012 04:13 AM, Alan Alpert wrote:
> It's this "compulsory" part that I don't understand. The current situation is
> that if you don't want to use QML you don't use it.

Lars wrote in his blog about the vision behind Qt5, but isn't the main 
idea behind this one:

a) application development can be divided into a user interface and some 
"business logic".
b) QML opens the development user interfaces for non software developers.

If this idea is realistic and how much QML makes things easier is a 
difficult question ...

But Qt5 comes also with the scene graph, that is in the first place 
completely unrelated to the idea above.
Unfortunately you can't have one without the other - even if QML is not 
the right choice for the specific situation of your project.


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