Qt Quick Controls 1 QML Types
Warning: The Qt Quick Controls 1 module is deprecated since Qt 5.12. Use the latest Qt Quick Controls module instead.
The Qt Quick Controls 1 module provides QML types for creating user interfaces. These QML types work in conjunction with Qt Quick and Qt Quick Layouts.
Controls can be styled using the Styles QML Types.
The QML types can be imported into your application using the following import statement in your .qml file.
import QtQuick.Controls 1.4
Abstract user interface action that can be bound to items
Provides a top-level application window
A busy indicator
A push button with a text label
Provides a way to select dates from a calendar
A checkbox with a text label
Provides a drop-down list functionality
Way to declare several checkable controls as mutually exclusive
Group box frame with a title
A text label
Provides a menu component for use as a context menu, popup menu, or as part of a menu bar
Provides a horizontal menu bar
Item to add in a menu or a menu bar
Separator for items inside a menu
A progress indicator
A radio button with a text label
Provides a scrolling view within another Item
Provides a vertical or horizontal slider control
Provides a spin box control
Lays out items with a draggable splitter between each item
Provides attached properties for items pushed onto a StackView
Provides a stack-based navigation model
A delegate used by StackView for loading transitions
Contains status information in your app
Represents the content of a tab in a TabView
A control that allows the user to select one of multiple stacked items
Provides a list view with scroll bars, styling and header sections
Used to define columns in a TableView or in a TreeView
Displays multiple lines of editable formatted text
Displays a single line of editable plain text
Contains ToolButton and related controls
Provides a button type that is typically used within a ToolBar
Provides a tree view with scroll bars, styling and header sections
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