Practical Project in QML: The Toda App
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- Learn how to take png / jpegs from UI/UX designers and turn them into apps
- Script an entire UI without the use of a drag-n-drop designer
- Get practical hands-on experience with Qml
- Script a UI according to the design of an App Designer
- How to Use Qml in the real world
Ninja-Preview is the previewer for Qml files that we are going to use. There is nothing like it.
Closer alternatives include Qt Creator itself, around (400mb), Qmlview, which is a command prompt utility with no GUI and of course the one we used to use qmlscene, another command prompt utility with no UI.
Head over to the Ninja-preview Github page to download Ninja-Preview. It is the only Installation required for this course.
If you are on Mac and you have python and pip installed already. Please check to see that all GUI's are working in your python build especially spyder, and/or jupyter. If they are working then you can install Ninja-Preview via pypi.org
pip install Ninja-Preivew
If you are not on mac, then you shouldn't bother.
- A little familiarity with Qt Quick Markup Language(Qml) is required
- A computer running a windows OS or
- A computer running a Linux OS
This course hopes to help you build up;
1. Your ability to take designs from a designer and turn them into an Application
2. Your ability to build nice and trending apps
3. Built a beautiful portfolio.
4. Approach GUI projects with confidence
We take the inspirational (say imitational) images from Behance (the same are available on Dribbble as well)
then script the App in Qml, separating them into components defined by the UI/UX designer and as seems best
all while taking care to script according to specification. Modern design specification was also used.
You will enjoy the journer and the outcome of your work.
Qt has powered the world of UI's and still powers it. Adobe, VLC, WhatsApp Inc, are a few of notable institutions that use Qt for both UI and also for functional code. But here is the catch, not so recent though, Qt released Qt Quick Markup language (Qml), but rather in CSS style scripting language. This will help the advanced team-work desire to separate UI from core-code functionality.
Also, there is another problem here, you can't seem to find many resources on it online. So here is it, an introduction and a quick practical hands-on, on building a complete Python app with a modern trendy Gui.
- Python developers
- C++ developers
- Qt developers