[Interest] Guide me through the Qt offerings for GUIs

Rui Oliveira ruilvo at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 21 16:10:53 CEST 2021

Hey Giuseppe, and discussion list!

I did watch all of those. In fact, my original post cites you directly, 
from a talk I believe to have happened in that event also.

Black Mesa Source?! Now that's an interesting one haha!

Anyway, some good information that I got here. Good to see someone from 
the Qt company acknowledge widgets, and that QML for the desktop app 
still needs some baking.

I'm still quite divided. I'm more inclined to widgets at this point, but 
it starts to look as the wrong bet... I guess we're at an interesting 
"middle" point, which is a bit weird.

Anyway, if the community in this mailing list wants to continue the 
discussion on these two technologies for the desktop, I welcome them.

If you want to discuss another things, change the subject title, because 
I get exited when I see answers to my post, which then aren't.


Em 21/04/2021 14:45, Giuseppe D'Angelo via Interest escreveu:
> On 21/04/2021 14:37, eric.fedosejevs at gmail.com wrote:
>> Where are the examples of real QML desktop applications on The Qt Co. 
>> website? I did a quick walk through the customer showcase and cannot 
>> find them.
> Well the question was about embedded :)
> I'm not sure where to find QML on desktop stories, there's however a 
> showroom https://showroom.qt.io/ where people can leave links to their 
> applications.
> These days you'll find QML in a bunch of a desktop applications, from 
> Autodesk's to Zoom to Musiscore to VLC-next to Black Mesa Source. 
> There's been a few  interesting talks at the past Qt Desktop Days 
> (about Scrite, VLC, KDE and so on; check out the videos, they're all 
> on Youtube) and some customer showcases at the past (in person) Qt 
> World Summits.
> Hope this helps,
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