Extending QML - Default Property Example¶
This example builds on:
The Default Property Example is a minor modification of the Extending QML - Inheritance and Coercion Example that simplifies the specification of a BirthdayParty through the use of a default property.
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Declaring the BirthdayParty Class¶
The only difference between this example and the last, is the addition of the
DefaultProperty class info annotation.
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The default property specifies the property to assign to whenever an explicit property is not specified, in the case of the BirthdayParty type the guest property. It is purely a syntactic simplification, the behavior is identical to specifying the property by name, but it can add a more natural feel in many situations. The default property must be either an object or list property.
Running the Example¶
The main.cpp file in the example includes a simple shell application that loads and runs the QML snippet shown at the beginning of this page.
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