Embedding QML: Why, Where, and How

If you’re already using QML in Qt, you know that it can help quickly create flexible user interfaces using little or no C programming. With a basic text file and some JavaScript logic, you can put together a pretty sophisticated interface like that shown in the Qt Quick Clock demo (below) with a minimum of fuss. But did you know you can compress your plainly readable QML and hide it away inside a binary?
Source: Ziobudda.net

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