Qt QML Live

Overview

QmlLive is a local and remote QtQuick live reloading system. It allows you to change your QML user interface source code and view the result in almost realtime.

Often in user interface development you need to edit the placement or animations of the user interface to provide the exact user experience envisioned by the design team. This process of try-and-error is tedious with a classical edit-save-run-exit cycle. With QmlLive this cycle is way more effective. The scene is automatically reloaded when a document change is detected.

A live reloading system opens a complete new world of possibilities and makes your work so much more delightful.

Contents

The content of the documentation:

  • Installation - How to install QmlLive from the source code
  • Usage - How to use the different parts
  • Concepts - General overview of the system
  • Reference - The API reference to build your custom render scene
    • QmlLive - The QmlLIve library API
    • IPC - The internal IPC API
  • Examples - Try out QmlLive

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