[Interest] Modern

Andrew Ialacci andrew at dkai.dk
Sat Dec 22 16:29:45 CET 2018


Should have done this a long time ago...

https://i.imgur.com/HmnchHN.png

So long and thanks for all the fish __


´╗┐On 12/22/18, 9:53 AM, "Interest on behalf of Roland Hughes" <interest-bounces at qt-project.org on behalf of roland at logikalsolutions.com> wrote:

    
    On 12/21/2018 4:37 PM, Konstantin Tokarev wrote:
    > 21.12.2018, 19:42, "Vlad Stelmahovsky"<vladstelmahovsky at gmail.com>:
    >> Nope, its only my guess based on short Dart code checking and some articles, how it works
    >>
    >> Google definitely aware about Qt, but its huge, so..
    > Note that declarative UI description languages were known long before QML, even Motif had a couple of them
    
    They predate C++. They predate DOS and the x86 architecture. They 
    existed during CP/M. DBASE II provided a scripted UI language which was 
    interpreted at run time. Even found an example on-line.
    
    http://tedleath.com/samples/dbase.htm
    
    So did RBASE and every other RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool.
    
    The primary difference between first generation interpreted UI languages 
    and QML is the early ones required a licensed version of the interpreter 
    be previously installed on the target. With QML applications the engines 
    are bundled in.
    
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