[Development] [Google Summer of Code] [Project Ideas] Qt Quick Controls 2 Sailfish Silica Style
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Tue Apr 3 12:38:37 CEST 2018
Hi all, my 2 cents here:
>The controls look nice, but my concern is how relevant the Silica style is these days (in the context of how many people are developing apps for the
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03.04.2018, 13:13, "Mitch Curtis" <mitch.curtis at qt.io>:
> Hi Alexey.
> The controls look nice, but my concern is how relevant the Silica style is these days (in the context of how many people are developing apps for the Sailfish OS).
> For each style we currently have, I would justify their inclusion into qtquickcontrols2.git for the following reasons:
> Default - extremely high performance at the cost of a very basic appearance. Tries to be neutral in terms of looks.
> Fusion - bridges the gap in terms of Desktop styling. An additional/more specific point that I think it is important here is that the controls are more compact (smaller) than any other pre-built style we offer (the Material style has a dense variant now, but that’s still larger if I recall correctly).
> Imagine - puts power in the hands of designers, frees up time for developers.
> Material - very relevant in terms of Android market share. Looks really nice; a good candidate for “non-native” cross-platform apps.
> Universal - relevant in terms of Windows market share.
> As mentioned, I do think the Silica controls look nice, but that’s the only justification I could think of for including them in qtquickcontrols2.git. For each new style we add, the maintenance cost increases, so this is something that we need to consider.
> What is your opinion on this?
> From: Alexey Andreyev [mailto:yetanotherandreyev at gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, 23 March 2018 8:49 PM
> To: Mitch Curtis <mitch.curtis at qt.io>
> Cc: development at qt-project.org
> Subject: Re: [Development] [Google Summer of Code] [Project Ideas] Qt Quick Controls 2 Sailfish Silica Style
> Thank you Mitch for the feedback!
> I've also tried to record current controls on a real device: https://youtu.be/T-qUZMuTGqw (hope not only 360p will be available soon)
> 2018-03-23 21:55 GMT+03:00 Alexey Andreyev <yetanotherandreyev at gmail.com>:
>> Silica cheat sheet:
>> Theme cheat sheet:
>> Icon reference:
>> code example:
>> Youtube video with timestamp for platform-specific PulleyMenu element example: https://youtu.be/jByW7UNmbxU?t=11m38s
>> 2018-03-23 21:40 GMT+03:00 Mitch Curtis <mitch.curtis at qt.io>:
>>> Are there any screenshots of it? I read that entire page and the Silica docs but couldn’t see anything.
>>> From: Development [mailto:development-bounces+mitch.curtis=qt.io at qt-project.org] On Behalf Of Alexey Andreyev
>>> Sent: Friday, 23 March 2018 5:39 PM
>>> To: development at qt-project.org
>>> Subject: [Development] [Google Summer of Code] [Project Ideas] Qt Quick Controls 2 Sailfish Silica Style
>>> My name is Alexey, what do you think about Silica Style for QQC2 as a gsoc project?
>>> I have some notes here: http://aa13q.ru/qqc2-silica-style-en/
>>> and want to create a proposal.
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