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Tips & Tricks with Qt Quick Controls 2.1

11 October 2016 @ 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm UTC+3

Creating UI controls such as toggle switches, buttons, sliders, dials and dialogs for desktop, mobile and embedded devices is made simpler with Qt Quick Controls and we have a fresh release coming up with Qt 5.8. If you are a developer that is already familiar with Qt Quick controls or you haven’t used them yet, this session will give you a very quick intro on what it is & how the controls can help you and more importantly give you an overview of what’s new in the coming Qt 5.8 release and how to get started.

Qt Quick Controls 2.0 was mainly focused on making the controls work on mobile and embedded, while with 2.1 we have added new features to both desktop, mobile and embedded. The main contributors behind the code, Mitch & JP, will give you a run-through and demo how the new effects work, how to migrate to the latest version of Qt Quick Controls 2.1 and address topics & feedback already provided by the community and answer questions from the chat. Join us for this 30-40-minute webinar on Qt Quick Controls.

Webinar details: This session will be 40 minutes of interactive presentations and panel discussions with Q&A. All webinar registrants will receive a copy of the recording, so please feel free to register even if you are unable to attend.

Who should attend: All Qt Developers


  • J-P Nurmi is a senior software engineer at The Qt Company. He started using Qt in 2005, and became a full-time Qt developer in 2010. J-P has a long history with various Qt Quick based UI control sets, dating back to the original Qt Quick Components for Symbian and MeeGo. These days he is the maintainer of the brand new Qt Quick Controls 2 module. On his spare time, J-P enjoys renovating his house, and going for long hikes with his two fluffy Siberian Huskies.
  • Mitch Curtis is a software engineer at The Qt Company, where he has been working since 2012. Mitch’s experience with Qt lies largely with Qt Quick, having developed Qt Quick Extras – the industry-oriented control set. These days he is hard at work on the new Qt Quick Controls 2 module. In his spare time, Mitch enjoys skateboarding and playing video games.


11 October 2016
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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