Qt Quick Components
This is a place for sharing your QML components.
If you have built a component in QML that you’d like to share, please add it here! It will help others who are wishing to use similar types of components or just looking for tips on building QML components in general.
Qt also comes with a small set of example QML UI components, found in Qt’s examples/declarative/ui-components directory (also visible from the online documentation [doc.qt.nokia.com]).
Before you go off and build a Widget Component set for Qt Quick, please remember that a standard set of Components is being developed in the Qt-Components Project [bugreports.qt.nokia.com]. Contributions [gitorious.org] are welcome!
Please add your components in this form:
[Name, linked to wiki page or external site]
[(Optional author name)]
(from the QML team)
A very simple button with customizable text and font properties.
Drag and Drop [bitbucket.org]
A few QML components to add drag and drop support to Qt’s declarative. This is basically a wrapper around Qt’s drag and drop classes (QDrag).
(from the QML team)
An element that gradually fades in all the children of a given object.
An easy-to-use Unit Testing framework for Qt Declarative UI – QML
A simple Scrollbar component that works with any Flikable (e.g.: ListView). Only for vertical scrolling, but should be easy to adapt for both.
QML Arsenal [gitorious.org]
A set of useful QML components that can be used to extend your QML application.
Colibri (Qt Quick COmponent LIBRary) is a research project providing a set of UI components, initially developed by Digia and hosted by Forum Nokia, to get you started with cross-platform Qt Quick / QML application development. Colibri currently includes basic components such as buttons, scrollbars, and sliders, and a few more advanced ones like histograms and album carousel.
Native Quick Widgets [qt-apps.org]
(Víctor Fernández Martínez)
A QML extension written in C++ as well as a set of QML items based on it that have the same look as the native widgets of the platform your application runs in.
HTML5 canvas-like API for QML.
A clone of XMLListModel for JSON data, including query support via JSONPath (XPath for JSON).