Qt Quick Controls
The Qt Quick Controls module provides a set of controls that can be used to build complete interfaces in Qt Quick.
The module is new in Qt 5.1.
Visit the Qt Quick Controls Overview page to get started.
Components used to describe the basic window properties of an application.
Provides a top-level application window.
Provides a horizontal menu bar.
Contains status information in your app.
Contains ToolButton and related controls.
Action provides an abstract user interface action that can be bound to items
Navigation and Views
Views typically let the user manage or present other components in a layout.
Provides a scrolling view within another Item.
Lays out items with a draggable splitter between each item.
Provides a stack-based navigation model.
A control that allows the user to select one of multiple stacked items.
Provides a list view with scroll bars, styling and header sections.
Controls are typically items that are used to present or receive input from the user.
A busy indicator.
A push button with a text label.
Provides a way to select dates from a calendar
A checkbox with a text label.
Provides a drop-down list functionality.
GroupBox provides a group box frame with a title.
A text label.
A progress indicator.
A radio button with a text label.
Provides a vertical or horizontal slider control.
Provides a spin box control.
Displays multiple lines of editable formatted text.
Displays a single line of editable plain text.
Provides a button type that is typically used within a ToolBar.
ExclusiveGroup provides a way to declare several checkable controls as mutually exclusive.
Types that can be used to build menus.
Provides a menu component for use in menu bars, as context menu, and other popup menus.
MenuSeparator provides a separator for items inside a menu.
MenuItem provides an item to add in a menu or a menu bar.