Creating dynamic content that is delivered by a Rest API
Inspired by the "QT everywhere Android example app":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SJh3Xy2QKI, I would like to build something similiar, but with a dynamic factor.
The Android example app combines a bunch of other apps in one app and you can switch between them. What I want to do now, is to be able to manage those apps dynamically. So like give the user a kind of integrated app store, from which he can install and uninstall apps, which are then placed or removed from the app overview.
So what I need to know, how can I:
- Dynamically build from a string list of app names (delivered by the Rest API) a list for the user, where he can choose which app to start (I think a list for the start is enough, those fancy islands can come later ;))
- Dynamically start the new app inside my own app
Do you have any hints for me on this topic? Am I on the right way with using "Qt.createQmlObject"? Would you do it with a totally different way?
Thanks in advance :)
Is there anything I can add to clarify things or is everything I wrote just rubbish? :)
Hi and welcome to devnet,
I don't think you wrote rubbish, it could be that no forum user knows how to help you.
You can try to write to the interest mailing list, you'll find Qt's developers/maintainers there (this forum is more user oriented)
K thx, I will give it a go :)