Special note : This course is based on Qt 5. Qt 6, released in December 2020 is the latest version. We are working on updates to take Qt 6 into account that will be completed over the next couple of months. In the mean time, we recommend using Qt 5 for the best experience with the course.
You already know quite a bit about Qt , C++ and Qt Quick and looking to learn about cool advanced features like Custom C++ Models in QML, Custom C++ Visual types in QML and more cool features. If that’s the case then this is the course for you. This course will hit 4 critical points in advanced tricks to interface your C++ to QML .
- Building your own Custom C++ Models in C++ and using them in QML
- Building your own C++ Visual Types and using them in QML
- Using C++ Types as Singletons in QML
- Digging Deep in the QML tree and manipulating your QML Elements from C++
Along the course we’ll touch on lots of best practices to make your C++ and QML Code and APIs much more readable, user friendly and maintainable. The course is packed with lots of examples and demos to make your learning experience as pleasant as possible. If you’ re looking to push your skills in Interfacing Qt C++ to QML to the next level, this course will get you up to speed in shortest amount of time possible.
Qt is the platform choice for thousands of software projects. Both Open source and commercial and is used by some of the most successful companies on the planet.
If you want to build Fluid, Dynamic and Cross Platform User Interfaces, that can run on virtually anything out there, and take advantage of the powerful features like the Model View Framework and the fancy Qt Painting and Drawing API and more, Qt is second to none in that regard.Please check out some of the preview videos, and lets get you STARTED using Advanced tricks in connecting your C++ to QML.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone willing to learn to use Custom C++ Models in QML
- Anyone willing to learn to build Custom C++ Visual Types and use them in QML
- Anyone willing to learn how to use C++ Classes as Singletons in QML
- Anyone willing to learn how to traverse the QML element tree structure and manipulate elements from C++
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