An app to securely store short snippets of confidential data like passwords etc.
An easy to use to-do list organizer.
Note: All featured apps are available for BlackBerry (BB10) Z10, Q10, and Q5, Desktops (Linux, Windows), and Nokia N9.
All offer synchronization features to sync between, e.g., smartphone and desktop (Requires an e-mail account with IMAP support.).
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Category Archives: Qt/QML
In a “normal” QML ListView, typically, all elements have the same width; essentially, the width of the ListView. I had a use case in which I wanted to be able to display multiply elements side by side as well as … Continue reading
When one wants to achieve dynamic behavior in object-oriented languages like C++ or Java one approach is to leverage inheritance; e.g., one could define a base class or an interface that defines a method, say “foo()”, that must be implemented … Continue reading
Upon request I just uploaded the full source code of my previous example on how to exchange data and objects between QML and C++. You can find the full source including a short readme that explains how to build an … Continue reading
I had a little time to continue hacking on the Qt/QML port of To-Do O, Q To-Do. During this work I also reworked and updated my QML TreeView code a bit. You can get a compiled version for Harmattan (N9/N950) … Continue reading
In this post I wrote about how to use a Qt model with the QML SectionScroller. A more advanced use case is to encapsulate such a “basic” model in a QAbstractProxyModel instance like QSortFilterProxyModel. This at first will brake your … Continue reading
Inspired by a comment to my QML C++ Object Example I updated this example to also show how to work similarly with QML lists.
In this post I show how to exchange data and objects between C++ and QML and vice versa. I initially created a simple example from some old code due to a question on IRC. While I was at it I … Continue reading
I already posted an implementation of a QML TreeView some time ago. In the meantime I reworked this implementation, improved data and selection handling (the TreeView now comes e.g. with currentItem and currentIndex properties), added some (hopefully useful) comments, and … Continue reading
The stock QML ListView is pretty handy for displaying simple data structures. While porting To-Do-O to Qt/QML (MeeGo/Harmattan to be more precise) I stumbled across a use case where I want to move / reorder items in a list. In … Continue reading
A SectionScroller essentially allows quick scrolling in large lists. Though, there are some pitfalls when you want to use a custom C++/Qt based model with a SectionScroller in QML. Please note that this should work with a QAbstractItemModel based model … Continue reading