Samstag, 4. Dezember 2010

Hildon UI elements in QML

I've been playing with PySide and QML this week (more on that soon), but here's something that might be interesting to the Maemo community: Using the native Hildon look and feel of Maemo 5 in QML.
This QML demo uses the current theme graphics of Hildon and provides QML components that can be used just like their Hildon counterparts, but inside QML UIs. This is not a complete library, just a test of what could be possible in case anyone wants to step up and create and maintain a Hildon library of QML components. Here's a video:
The code for this demo is on Github - you can try it out on your N900 using qmlviewer.


friesoft hat gesagt…

wow that looks really cool :)

do you consider making something bigger out of it? I'm thinking of Qt Quick components (qt labs project)
Imho this would be the best way to ensure that Maemo lives on - as the preferred way for new Meego apps is using Qml and Qt Quick components - those could then be easily run/ported onto maemo and look native using your Qt Quick components.

Great work nonetheless :)

hhartz hat gesagt…

You could try to integrate this as a separate style into Qt Quick components. However, we won't have any bandwidth to maintain this - so someone needs to step up..