Category Archives: Qt/QML
QML does not (at the time of writing) provide a component to display tree structures. There are some approaches/efforts to display tree structures http://qt-way-notes.blogspot.com http://steveire.wordpress.com. Nonetheless I coded a TreeView on my own. The following video shows the implementation made … Continue reading
Qt and QML are really great for writing nice and beautiful UIs and applications that can be easily deployed across different platforms and operating systems. Though, I had to discover that the slogan “Code once, deploy everywhere” is not entirely … Continue reading
Edit: Please make sure to look into the comments. While this is a rather old post, thankfully, still constructive comments are raised that point out important aspects. Unfortunately, my time does not permit to properly update the post nor did … Continue reading
QML does not come (yet?) with the equivalent of a QComboBox. As I find a ComboBox quite useful, even for touch UIs, I wrote a simple wrapper / adapter or whatever you want to call it that enables using a … Continue reading
Similarly to the dialogs in the previous post I also created a TextArea and TextField for Maemo Fremantle. The following picture shows the various text inputs in the Fremantle (N900) version of MeePasswords.
MeeGo / Harmattan comes with quite nice QML components like Buttons, Dialogs, and the like. Unfortunately these components are not available for Maemo Fremantle (N900). There is a qt-components package in extras-devel but there also seem to be some issues … Continue reading