To quote @Wieland: 'I don't care. If someone can make money with the software I gave away for free, good for them!'
So it still boils down to a matter of opinion. I just like the simplicity - reading the license doesn't give me a headache and attribution is still required ...
The VS addin makes your project only rely on the VS build chain, it does not use qmake so no .pro file is necessary. if you need the .pro file to distribute you application and/or deploy it on other OSs you can right click on your project and export it to .pro file. Again, any change you make to the .pro file will not in any way impact your visual studio project
Upgrade the same System on Module arm that was based on i.MX6 to upgrade it to i.MX7? i.MX6 Ultra Lite is probably the expansion of i.MX6 family and perhaps the last one as well. Was just curious to know if someone can help on this.
I have more than three years of experience in QML, and I have never used Qt Quick Designer at all. Just tried it a couple of times to see how it works, but personally I find it more easier and faster to write qml code directly.
I just got used to that and it's my own experience, it may be different for somebody else.