Some thoughts about QML
QML reminds me a lot of Adobe Flex on Flash – my personal favourite tool for creating anything. Only difference is that QML is more suited for application development, as it allows full access to all system components – and is easily extensible with pretty much any normal qt components.
Read more on the snapshot:
and from Kenneths excellent blog on the subject:
What has also been fun is that I have done ALL the coding on the pygtkeditor, so no coding on the mac, and all the coding on n900. Well, I did work on some button gfx a bit on mac, but that’s it. Painting is not coding
Anyway, take a look at the result of less than 400 lines of code. And the code is clean, sweet and easy to extend. Check out those transitions! They are 10 lines of code for the advanced, and about the same to get the fancy glow effect done to the buttons.
What I am really eagerly waiting for is a chance to see a proper flash-like editor for qml.