Native-looking way to implement "Preferences" UI on Android in QML?
I have no idea how to start implementing preferences in my app. For Qt Widgets I have my own set of widgets that make it trivial; for native Android there's
PreferenceFragmentclasses, and for QML there's... nothing? I could slap some views together in a QML file but it would look horrible and non-native.
Is there, perhaps, a library for creative good looking preferences UIs in QML? I can't find any.
Bump. Any ideas? Are there even any actual Android QML devs around?..
Thanks, I already tried it out. It is an interesting library and it almost works out of the box, but it doesn't play along with the
QtQuick.Controls.Materialtheme, nor can I find a way to customize theme colors in QuickAndroid. Do you happen to know the solution, by any chance?
Sorry, I don't
The V-Play Apps SDK also offers native-looking UI components for iOS and Android that you can use to create a settings page in QML.
You can also have a look at the provided demos (e.g. component showcase) for sample implementation of different components.
That is very interesting! With that I could indeed make my app look native, it seems. Is that library really free, or did I miss the catch?
Is that library really free, or did I miss the catch?
@Violet-Giraffe All core features are available in the free version. The paid license is only required to use the additional plugins for analytics, in-app purchases, ads or push notifications or to remove the splash-screen at app-startup.