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Old 06-09-2010, 06:00 PM   #1
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LXer: A Quick Look at Qt Quick

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Qt 4.7 has not been released yet, but the curious can download the beta or even grab a snapshot from git. The big news in this point seven release is Qt Quick - a new approach to user interfaces. Before I get carried away and start throwing screenshots at you, let's step back and look at today's user interfaces. On the desktop, standard buttons, sliders, text fields and windows still serve a purpose. However, on all gadgets running Linux these days, gray buttons are considered boring. Instead, the users want fluid, animated, glossy user interfaces that go with the branding of the device. This is where Qt Quick fits in.



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