QML/Qt Quick

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Michael Eads
Telltale Games

Adding QtQuick based windows to an existing QWidget application

The QWidget toolkit has been around for a long time on the desktop and there are many large existing codebases that depend on it. However, when approaching development of new application windows with Qt5, there are now two options: classic QWidgets and QML/QtQuick. This talk will cover the challenges and intricacies we encountered when integrating QtQuick tools with our existing QWidget application.

Jen Trieu

Developing Great Location-based Apps with QML!

Geolocation is a must-have element of any modern application design today. More and more applications are becoming location-aware, and the demand for geographic content, maps and functionality in mission-critical workflows is increasing all the time. What does it take to build highly-functional and great performing location-aware app that meets the needs of commercial and enterprise workflows?

Simon Hausmann
The Qt Company

QML Engine: The rolling stone that gathers no moss

The QML engine -- one of Qt’s technology pillars -- provides the foundation for Qt Quick UI application development. Lately, the engineers have been hard at work on improving this platform, making it one of the most actively developed modules. After we changed the JavaScript engine last year, this year's development focus has been three-fold: The garbage

Volker Krause

QtWidgets and QtQuick Controls - A Comparison

QtWidgets has been one of Qt's selling points through out its two decade long existence. Its ability to blend into the target platform's look&feel with little or no effort on the part of application developers is unparalleled.

The advent of powerful mobile and embedded devices, and later touch based desktop-like systems, made it necessary for Qt to extend its offerings with a technology specifically designed for dynamic and fluid UIs: QtQuick.

Alex Montgomery
Telltale Games

Roll your own Qt Quick TreeView

There is currently no support for displaying a tree-based model in QML / Quick, but there is a vocal community begging for a Qt Quick TreeView. This presentation will discuss several useful features of QML that make writing a Qt Quick-based TreeView possible and performant. We will cover writing a reusable QQuickItem-based TreeView in C++ that can be applied to QAbstractItemModels, as well as writing corresponding delegates in QML.

Alan Alpert

The many ways to unite QML and C++

For a standard QtQuick application, you’ll have C++ application logic and a QML UI. What if we challenge that approach? This presentation will contain examples and use cases where you might overturn that convention, and more importantly the discussion of why it might make sense for that specific use case.

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