Update 02/03/20: This event has been postponed from March 13-14 to November 20-21. KDAB will be gold sponsors at QtDay Italy in November 20-21st. The event is entirely focused on Qt and Qt-related technologies and has grown to be the biggest Qt event in the region. Make sure to mark the dates in your calendar […]
KDDockWidgets is an effort by KDAB to provide an advanced docking system for Qt. Throughout the years KDAB has contributed and funded QDockWidget development. Sadly, this wasn’t without pain: each change took many days to implement and an equal amount of time to fix regressions. QDockWidget mixes GUI code with logic/state in a spaghetti manner, […]
Declarative Widgets is a QML plugin that adds Qt Widgets support to QML. This means we can now easily mix the power of QML with the comfort of a Widgets UI on desktop. Background Declarative Widgets was born out of a breakfast discussion about how awesome it would be to use QML to describe […]
In the last episode of this blog series we learned about the overall concepts of input methods in Qt, with a look behind the scenes to see how a key press event from the native windowing system travels through the Qt input stack until it appears on screen inside a QLineEdit. In that context, the input method […]
Kevin Krammer compares QtWidgets and QtQuick Controls.
Abstract: It is easier and easier to create a proper QtQuick application from scratch. But is it really that simple to bring existing code in the QtQuick structure? It can get especially challenging for a large project which collected C++ collected over more than 15 years. What can we do of all that code? Temptation […]