Create a custom component with QML and use it in a c++ project
I will shortly explain my project:
At the moment I have build an application which reads values from a CAN-bus of an home made electric car. So for example I want visualize the RPM of the motor. For this I made a simple QLCDnumber (which look really boring to be honest ;) ) .
Now when I search the Internet I find a lot of nice gauges written in QML.
I would like to make one my self, but first I want to know how to implement those QML's into my c++ project. I can't seem to find a correct way to do this. Or if it is even possible.
Is this the correct way I want to do this kind of things? Or should I use a different approach?
I hope somebody can push me into the correct way (or even give me an example or tutorial).
@TMJJ You can start here: http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtqml-cppintegration-topic.html
There are millions of source. Just google or take a look at qt-creators' example list.
Thanks for the quick answer. Now I understand I didn't asked my question correctly.
I know it is possible to do this, but I actually want to combine a qml into my .ui widget.
I finally found a tutorial for this (https://www.ics.com/blog/combining-qt-widgets-and-qml-qwidgetcreatewindowcontainer). It says it is only possible to do this from qt 5.0. For my embedded system I'm working with 4.7. So this isn't possible for me.