Tag Archives: qtquick

Quick post on QML scrolling performance

I saw this tweet today on a QML performance debate and wanted to reply, but the Twitter 160 char limit wasn’t quite enough, so here goes. @mece66 pointed out that setting a big cache buffer eliminates scroll problems. I’d say … Continue reading

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A QML rendering performance trick so simple that it hurts

I haven’t feeling like writing much since two-eleven for obvious reasons, but my friend Tuukka (he’s the goatee (pull it and say hi from me) guy giving the course you might be attending when you’re reading this) gave me a … Continue reading

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How to integrate the Symbian Camera application to a QtQuick application

A while ago Razvanpetru asked on #qt-symbian@freenode (you should come there too) how to use the Symbian camera application in a Qt app. So I wrote a small QML friendly Qt wrapper class to hide the nitty-gritty Symbian details. You … Continue reading

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Eine kleine view framework with QtQuick – Finale

Allrighty. In the last two posts (here and here) we laid the foundations for a rudimentary QML view framework. This time we add some simple context sensitivity to the UI and finalize the amazing KittyApp. Oh yeah, about that neat performance … Continue reading

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Eine kleine view framework with QtQuick – Part II

This time we will improve our little view framework by adding on demand loading of the views. For your app to have a decent startup time you can’t load all of your QML at one go when your app starts … Continue reading

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Eine kleine view framework with QtQuick (Overture)

Ok, this post (and the parts coming – I’ll just split this so that it won’t become a too long read) might interest a bit more wider audience than the previous ones. So once you’ve started with QtQuick, played around … Continue reading

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Behold the button tutorial

Ok, there must be a million tutorials on how to make a pushbutton in QML, but I guess there’s room for one more and I’ll try to give some tips that are applicable elsewhere too. Generally speaking there’s two roads … Continue reading

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