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Qt Quick and QML – Intermediate (Qt 5) : Interfacing to C++

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Product is rated as #54 in category C++

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.

Qt Quick is the latest and greatest User Interface design technology from the Qt Framework.It is best known and used to build Fluid, Dynamic and cross platform user interfaces, that can run on Windows,Mac,Linux,Android,IOS and even embedded devices.

Qt Quick User interfaces can be easily extended or interfaced with a powerful C++ back end. Allowing you to take full advantage of what Qt has to offer.

This course will teach you various key techniques you need to know to make your powerful C++ back end and your shinny fluid Qt Quick User interface work together in one single piece of software product.You will be exposed to  different facilities at your disposal in the Qt framework.Those will help you write Qt code in the recommended way. That is building fluid an eye catching UI in QML and connecting it a a powerful C++ code base for heavy operations.

Instructor Details

Daniel is a Senior Software Engineer at Blikoon Technologies. He has been writing software since 2011 and Qt is one of his favorite frameworks. Many of his cross platform Qt based projects are completed and out there on the market. Autodidact by nature ,he has a passion for learning new things and loves sharing knowledge with others. Especially people new to the dark art of software development.

Specification: Qt Quick and QML – Intermediate (Qt 5) : Interfacing to C++

Duration

5.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

11 reviews for Qt Quick and QML – Intermediate (Qt 5) : Interfacing to C++

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  1. Jiwei Cheng

    Great material, and nice pace

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  2. Lucas

    Very good course. I finished the Building Fluid User Interfaces with Qt Quick course and then this course helped me to improve so much my C++/QML integration.

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  3. Arturo Huerta

    All very well

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  4. Roman Vladimirov

    Great course, I learned lot about course domain.

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  5. Emrah Duatepe

    Amazing,I wasn’t able to manage to call C++ files from the QML and now it is going better.Thank you and keep going.

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  6. Angelo Carzis

    Another excellent course by Daniel. This course continues off from the Qt/QML intro course and is required to understand how QML interacts with C++ . Note: I completed both courses, one after the other. I do a lot of DB work. Having finished the 2 courses, I attempted to create a custom component which will display data retrieved from a DB (like a DataGrid control typically found in most frameworks) to start, static tabular data created in the C++ code would be fine. It did not appear to me that the GridView is suitable for this. Scanning the web, I found the TableView. Today, I tried to integrate the TableView into my qml test code along with the suitable C++ code. I wasn’t successful (but I don’t give up so easily). As a recommendation, Daniel, please add another section to this course covering how to display tabular data. At least in my view, this appears to be a common requirement of some desktop applications and I feel will benefit many students.

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  7. Mattia Dolce

    Si

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  8. Bojan Miljevic

    It jumps right in using C++ code. It would be better if code was explained more thoroughly. I never used C++ beofre, so I am pretty confused.

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  9. Senthilandavan Palani

    Thanks for this video. You have clearly explained why should we use setContextProperty and setContextObject setContextObject expose the objects completely. All property changes in c++ propagated to QML automatically. If we use, setCOntextProperty , we need to reset the property value changes explicitly

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  10. Hagin Haridas

    It would be good if more contents/topic (related to real time project ) added in session

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  11. Leonardo Noguera

    La explicaci n es muy clara y los ejemplos super tiles para aplicarlos en proyectos.

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