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Qt Widgets in Qt Quick application
Hello to all. I tried to find this information in google, but I can’t find anything about that.
I have qt quick app, and I need to add several modal windows with some table views. This tables are pretty simple, but I need to modify them from c++ code, but working with qml’s tableview component is pretty hard, it is more easier to use qtableview widget for me.
So is there a way to create qt widgets modal window inside qt quick application?
E.g. I am adding qt widgets form with .ui file and it’s class, then after clicking some button in qt quick window I am calling cpp function, that creates instance of that class and shows that form.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
You should take a look at KDAB's DeclarativeWidgets project.
@SGaist thank you a lot for your replay.
The library you’ve mentioned allows to use qt widgets in qml, but for me it is more appropriate to create a class, inherited from QDialog and call exec(), but I can’t do that , because I don’t have QApplication lunched, is there a way to do that without external libraries?
If you want to use widgets in your application you will need to have a QApplication instance in place of your QGuiApplication.
As for no external libraries, you can but you will have to re-implement the concepts done in DeclarativeWidgets.
@SGaist Thank you a lot!