[Interest] QML standard components for mobile
daniel.franca at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 14:06:56 CET 2014
Thanks for the answer.
I understand this approach, but I think would be great to have something
for a quick start, specially for non-designers people, exactly like
You still can do anything with HTML/CSS, but Bootstrap make it easier to
have something done if you are not strong on design.
Em Fri Dec 05 2014 at 1:00:49 PM, Nuno Santos <nunosantos at imaginando.pt>
> In my opinion, the real power of QML is precisely the fact that you don’t
> need to stick to the native iOS/Android look and keep the exact same look
> and feel on both platforms (obviously you will have some limitations but
> depending on the kind of application you are developing, they will be
> easily overpassed).
> Regarding the components, with listview, repeaters, rows, columns, grid,
> etc you will definitely be able to do almost everything you need.
> For more desktop like controls you have QtQuickControls subset (some of
> them might also be useful for general application development ex:
> StackView). For elastic layouts you should investigate QtQuickLayouts
> Creating custom components in QML is also a breeze.
> I think that most important to retain is the paradigm shift. Taking
> advantage of states, bindings, etc instead of making changes in response to
> events “by hand”.
> The most important steps is to do something. After a couple of small
> applications you will be up and running in not time.
> QML Book is definitely a nice resource for learning. Qt documentation as
> Take this info into account as well:
> Nuno Santos
> On 05 Dec 2014, at 11:51, Daniel França <daniel.franca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I started learning QML and would like to ask for some directions.
> My purpose is for mobile development, I've already done a few projects
> using Qt/C++ for desktop, but I didn't code anything for mobile.
> The first thing I was trying to find is if there's already some standard
> mobile components for qml, like side menu, button bars, grids, etc.
> Something that would make easier to have a mockup on Fluid or something
> similar, and then implement it on QML.
> Would be great to have components that'll look native at IOS and Android,
> or at least something like a "Bootstrap" for QML.
> or if I should do implement this components myself.
> I tried to search for a set of components like that but couldn't find
> I'm reading this book btw: http://qmlbook.org/
> Thanks for any help.
> Daniel França
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