Qt Design Studio attempts to meet your needs, whether you have previous experience with QML and coding or not. When you install Qt Design Studio, the default configuration allows you to start designing and previewing UIs with very little effort.
You can also use special options to start Qt Design Studio from the command line and use it mainly from the keyboard.
- Supported Platforms
You can install and run Qt Design Studio on several operating systems to design UIs for multiple desktop, embedded, and mobile device platforms.
- Keyboard Shortcuts
Qt Design Studio provides various keyboard shortcuts to speed up your development process. You can change the keyboard shortcuts, as well as import and export keyboard shortcut mapping schemes.
You can use the code editor in the Text Editor view or in the Edit mode to modify QML code. The code editor understands the QML language as code, not just as plain text. This enables it to provide you with useful features, such as semantic highlighting, checking code syntax, code completion, and refactoring actions.
- Simulating Data Input
- Debugging and Profiling
The memory and CPU power available on devices are limited and you should use them carefully. The QML Profiler enables you to profile Qt Quick UIs.
- Using External Tools
You can use external tools directly from Qt Design Studio. lupdate and lrelease, QML preview tools (QML Viewer and QML Scene), the default text editor for your system, and the
sorttool are preconfigured for use. You can change their default configurations and configure new tools.
- Managing Data Collection
You can enable Qt Design Studio to report crashes automatically. If you enable the telemetry plugin, you can turn on the pseudonymous user statistics collection and determine what type of data is collected and transmitted to the backend storage. You can also modify settings for collecting user feedback.
Available under certain Qt licenses.
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