Qt Designer Examples
Qt Designer is a capable graphical user interface designer that lets you create and configure forms without writing code. GUIs created with Qt Designer can be compiled into an application or created at run-time.
The following examples illustrate how to create and use Qt Designer forms and how to create Qt Designer custom widget plugins.
Creating a user interface from a Qt Designer form at run-time.
Using a form created with Qt Designer in an application.
Creating a custom multi-page plugin for Qt Designer.
Creating a custom widget plugin for Qt Designer.
Creating a custom widget plugin for Qt Designer and providing custom task menu entries that are associated with the plugin.
Creating forms with Qt Designer that contain custom widgets that can be dynamically generated at run-time.
Creating a custom widget plugin for Qt Designer that uses signals and slots.
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