|author||Alan Alpert <email@example.com>||2012-02-20 10:34:44 +1000|
|committer||Qt by Nokia <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2012-02-24 10:24:58 +0100|
Start of examples refactor
This is the general reorg of the examples directory structure, plus additional guidelines. calculator, animations and accessibility have been updated to the new standards and tested, as an example. Task-number: QTBUG-24133 Change-Id: I76c3b86751d3195ba2a5474ff23afb875765e9a4 Reviewed-by: Alan Alpert <email@example.com>
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+The Qt Declarative module provides the ability to specify and implement
+your user interface declaratively, using the Qt Meta-Object Language (QML). This
+language is very expressive and human readable, and can be used by
+designers to actually implement their UI vision. QML UIs can integrate
+with C++ code in many ways, including being loaded as a part of a C++ UI
+and loading data models from C++ and interacting with them.
+Mostof these examples can be viewed directly with the
+QML viewer utility, without requiring compilation.
+Documentation for these examples can be found via the Examples
+link in the main Qt documentation.