Qt Quick Controls 2
The Qt Quick Controls 2 module delivers the next generation user interface controls based on Qt Quick. In comparison to the desktop-oriented Qt Quick Controls 1, Qt Quick Controls 2 are an order of magnitude simpler, lighter and faster, and are primarily targeted towards embedded and mobile platforms.
Qt Quick Controls 2 are based on a flexible template system that enables rapid development of entire custom styles and user experiences. Qt Quick Controls 2 comes with a selection of built-in styles:
- Default style - a simple and minimal all-round style that offers the maximum performance
- Fusion style - a platform-agnostic style that offers a desktop-oriented look and feel
- Imagine style - a designer-friendly style based on image assets
- Material style - a style based on the Google Material Design Guidelines
- Universal style - a style based on the Microsoft Universal Design Guidelines
More information can be found in the following blog posts:
If you have problems or questions, don't hesitate to:
- ask on the Qt Interest mailing list http://lists.qt-project.org/mailman/listinfo/interest
- ask on the Qt Forum http://forum.qt.io/category/12/qt-quick
- report issues to the Qt Bug Tracker https://bugreports.qt.io (component: Qt Quick: Controls 2)
The MINIMUM REQUIREMENT for building this project is to use the same branch of Qt 5. The dependencies are qtbase and qtdeclarative.
To install the controls into your Qt directory (
qmake make make install
If you are compiling against a system Qt on Linux, you might have to use
sudo make install to install the project.
Please refer to the Getting Started with Qt Quick Controls 2 documentation.