Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Jan 2010 15:58 UTC, submitted by vivainio
Qt Trolls (the Trolltech ones) are blogging about a technology preview of the UI designer for QML, integrated to Qt Creator. A youtube video is provided. QML, accompanied by an UI designer, provides an open alternative for piecing together flash-like high-FPS programs with heavily customized and animated user interfaces, built on QGraphicsView framework. While QML allows authoring the whole program in QML markup and Javascript, QML can be incorporated to Qt C++ programs with relative ease.
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RE[2]: Amazing
by Yagami on Sat 30th Jan 2010 04:03 UTC in reply to "RE: Amazing"
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my time machine its on repairs , but good to see you have yours working.

on a more serious note, wtf ?? why do you want to make yourself look so ignorant ?

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RE[3]: Amazing
by siride on Sat 30th Jan 2010 04:06 in reply to "RE[2]: Amazing"
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How? I used Linux as my sole OS from early 2005 to mid-late 2009. I've used OS X on a MacBook for work and now I'm using Windows, which I used previously to using Linux. I've written software for all three. I've done Linux server administration. I'm not just making this up after installing Ubuntu for an afternoon.

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RE[4]: Amazing
by Yagami on Sat 30th Jan 2010 12:41 in reply to "RE[3]: Amazing"
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first of all , *you are making it up* since you are talking about the future. how can you talk certain about the future , if it didnt happen yet ? how do you know it will be buggy and crashy ?

other than that , i have an laptop with an i945 graphics cards ( intel , you know , not even dedicated ) and runs kde 4.4 rc2 very very smooth , its a pleasure to use.

everytime i add a plasmoid to the desktop , or some events happen , i get stable , completly smooth and nice animations or effects.

so , if in the present , there is stable and smooth animations in kde that even work on an intel 945, why would they be buggy and unstable and require a special video card in the future ?

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