Qt's painting system is able to render vector graphics, images, and outline font-based text with sub-pixel accuracy accuracy using anti-aliasing to improve rendering quality.
These examples show the most common techniques that are used when painting with Qt, from basic concepts such as drawing simple primitives to the use of transformations.
- Basic Drawing*
- Concentric Circles*
- Font Sampler
- Image Composition*
- Painter Paths*
- SVG Generator*
- SVG Viewer
Examples marked with an asterisk (*) are fully documented.
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