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Running man demo in QML
I recently spend some time on elaborating the limits of Qt Quick and its animation capabilities. One of the outcomes was this little demo I'd like to share:
Source code on "gitorious":https://www.gitorious.org/qt-training/qml-demos/trees/master/runner .
Nice work! Simple code - pretty result.
Ahh, yes, but it is not simple!-) It was my first try. Actually it uses 4 states which I ripped from a youtube video. You could do it with two states mirrored pair-wise. The interesting point I see: Quite natural motion can be mimicked with linear easing curves.
I not mean that was easy did it. I mean code seems simple and clear for using. :)
Hmmm... it's QML after all;)
Hehe, unfortunately I can't show you what QML code can be dirty, but I saw it. :)