[Interest] Qt Quick Controls 1 deprecated but no native styles for Qt Quick Controls 2?

Tuukka Turunen tuukka.turunen at qt.io
Mon Dec 10 08:53:22 CET 2018


If Qt Widgets meet your needs, no need to port away from them. Widgets continue to be fully supported and actively maintained.

If you need to create cross-platform app with a dynamic UI, custom style, perhaps also running on touch based devices, different screen sizes etc, Qt Quick Controls 2 is a better fit.

If you are mostly happy with Qt Widgets, but miss some additional features, please tell about your needs. Make suggestions using bugreports.qt.io or vote for existing suggestions.



´╗┐On 10/12/2018, 2.23, "Interest on behalf of Nyall Dawson" <interest-bounces at lists.qt-project.org on behalf of nyall.dawson at gmail.com> wrote:

    On Sun, 9 Dec 2018 at 00:42, Dimitar Dobrev <dpldobrev at protonmail.com> wrote:
    > If this lack of demand is a fact, my personal guess for the reason
    > behind it is that too much time has passed by now and most people have
    > made their peace with the fact that Qt Widgets is the only viable option
    > for cross-platform GUI-s.
    That's very much the case here.
    I'd also be be extremely reluctant to spend any significant time in
    porting away from Qt Widgets until the future direction of QQC2/the
    future of QWidgets is clearer.
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