What the Heck is the Strict Comparison Operator

By: Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.

Hi Brad I’m new to Qt Quick and while I’ve been learning the QML scripting language I’ve noticed that often in coding examples I’ve seen people use three equals signs when comparing values instead of two. What the heck is that? The comparison operators which use three characters vs. two are called the Strict Comparison… To read more click here.

Qt Quick Performance Tips – Clipping

By: Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.

​In this blog series I’m listing out different performance tips and tricks for Qt Quick to make sure you’re getting the best performance out of the scene graph renderer. In this post let’s talk about Clipping. All QML components that extend from Item ( i.e. QDeclarativeItem ) has a property called clipping. This property ​tells… To read more click here.

How to make a QML Component a Singleton?

By: Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.Brad van der Laan, C.Tech.

In this tutorial I’ll walk you through how to define a custom QML Component as a singleton. UPDATE: I uploaded a new sample code which better outlines the difference between using an instance of MyStyleObject and using the singleton MySingletonStyleObject.You can download it here. Currently I’m working on a rather large Qt Quick application which… To read more click here.