Tag Archives: QML

Preview: Q To-Do on Sailfish

Q To-Do is my to-do list application. In this post I show some screenshots of the current state of Q To-Do on Sailfish OS. Porting an existing QML application to Sailfish is actually very straight forward. Very much of the … Continue reading

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QML FlowListView

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

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QML Duck-typing Example

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

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Full Source Code for QML vs. C++ Example

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

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Q To-Do Version 0.7.1 + Updated QML TreeView

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

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SectionScroller vs. QAbstractProxyModel

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

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MeePasswords 1.9.0 Released

Yesterday I uploaded version 1.9.0 of MeePasswords. The main change in this version is the UI that had been reworked quite massively by Cornelius. Thanks a lot for this great work! Additionally, I finally had the time to integrate the … Continue reading

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MeePasswords and Q To-Do on apps.formeego.com

Thanks to the community testers at apps.formeego.com MeePasswords and Q To-Do are now in the official software catalog there. Thanks a lot for your testing work and feedback. 🙂

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Q To-Do: a Port of To-Do-O to Qt/QML

Q To-Do is a work-in-progress on porting To-Do-O to Qt/QML. Currently Q To-Do supports the basic features for handling a to-do list, such as: adding new, editing, deleting, or moving entries. A sync functionality as in To-Do-O is currently missing. … Continue reading

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Updated QML C++ Object Example

Inspired by a comment to my QML C++ Object Example I updated this example to also show how to work similarly with QML lists.

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