Qt Quick enables rapid development of fluid UIs and provides all the elements necessary for creating user interfaces with QML.
This talk will cover the use of Qt Quick Controls, a reusable set of UI components based on Qt Quick, and concentrate on best practices for rapid UI development for all types of applications with a focus on embedded platforms. We will cover the second generation of Controls and its new and improved architecture.
We will explore how to create an application's UI with optimal code re-use by making use of existing components and the Qt Quick Controls. At the same time the branding and customizing of the application to a specific design will be taken into account. Another important aspect is the combination of QML and C++.
The presentation assumes the audience has basic Qt Quick knowledge.
Gabriel has been working on Qt since summer 2009, making sure pixels look and feel right in Qt. He’s part of the Qt Quick Controls team, but also spends a fair share of his time on the Mac port. He has a Ph.D. in computer science specialized in image processing and medical imaging from the University of
Bordeaux. When he’s not hacking pixels, Gabriel likes to play go, hike in the forests surrounding Oslo, or take his camera out to try to capture some “decisive moments”.
Speaker: Gabriel de Dietrich, The Qt Company
Session type: Qt application development and device creation
Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2015 - From 11:30 to 12:30