Qt Quick (QML) provides user experience (UX) designers and Qt developers the ability to collaborate and create rich, intuitive and compelling user interfaces for applications – quickly.
QML is a collection of technologies that can build modern and fluid interfaces for mobile phones, tablets, laptops, media players, digital display screens, set-top boxes, and other similar devices. With QML, exporting graphics from Adobe Photoshop® to layer into QML is easy and gives pixel perfect UIs that can easily integrate with C++. This gives the developer the ability to fully implement the artists’ vision in a simple and straightforward way.
To demonstrate QML’s capability, ICS developed an interactive touch display built with HTML, Qt5 and QML 2.0. This video shows how well our design and development teams collaborated on this project, originally designed for Qt Developer Days 2012:
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Written by Alan Ezust and Paul Ezust
Foreward by Lars Knoll
C++ is taught "the Qt Way". The source documents for our book are in a format that can be used to generate a textbook or instructor's slides. The book includes enough homework assignments and lectures for a 6 credit (full year) course. Its prerequisites is some solid experience in another programming language, such as Python, C, Java, Delphi, or Visual Basic.