The other day I annexed an unused desk at work and turned it into a “break room”, a space away from my desk where I (and anyone else for that matter, all are welcome) can recharge during lunch. We do have a cafeteria in the building but its cold, hard and has a primary purpose… To read more click here.
In QML you can accept user inputs via the mouse with the MouseArea element and via the keyboard with the Keys element. These elements have built in signals and slots to handle input events (i.e. click event, key press event); however, they work a little differently then the other signals/slots in QML. These events bubble… To read more click here.
One of the first questions I hear once people start using QML is if there is a way to do class inheritance in QML. Its an understandable question; as you start using QML you’ll undoubtedly find your self writing components that have comment elements and want to find a way to reduce duplicate code. First… To read more click here.