< Akademy | 2012Revision as of 08:21, 25 June 2012 by Beer119 (talk | contribs)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) Qt Quick 2 Training on Monday, 2 July 2012 Qt 5 is coming, and one of its most outstanding features will be Qt Quick 2. During Akademy, a training will be held covering the basic concepts of Qt Quick 2, how to make your own GUI with a specific emphasis on user interaction, animations and transitions between states. Last but not least, will be presented how to use the Qt C++ API to extend the Qt Quick 2 runtime. KDAB will be conducting this training, which is sponsored by Nokia in addition to their Platinum sponsorship. Nokia and KDAB are committed to Qt and KDE, and are offering this training to support that commitment. Coaches: Volker Krause and Kévin Ottens Preliminary schedule: 09:30 - 11:00 Concepts and composing user interfaces 11:00 - 11:15 Break 11:15 - 12:45 User interaction 12:45 - 13:45 Lunch Break 13:45 - 15:15 Animations, states and transitions 15:15 - 15:30 Break 15:30 - 17:00 C++ Integration Registration is required. The workshop is suitable for beginners and advanced developers. Please add your name and information below if you want to attend. Number Name/IRC nick/email Level of Qt expertise 1 Ima Hotshot I can do cute with one hand behind my back. 2 Helio Chissini de Castro Some Qt but need learn new tricks 3 Lauri Võsandi Always ready to learn new stuff! 4 Sune Vuorela c++ champion, haven't yet succeeded hello world in qtquick 5 Luciano Montanaro Good Qt knowledge, some Qt Quick 1 6 Sinny Kumari (ksinny) Intermediate Qt and QtQuick 1 7 Shantanu Tushar (shaan7) Advanced Qt and QtQuick 1 8 Christoph Cullmann (cullmann) Qt ok, Qt Quick never tried 9 Dominik Haumann (dhaumann) Qt, Qt Quick never tried 10 Pradeepto Bhattacharya (pradeepto) Qt 11 Martin Gräßlin (mgraesslin) Good Qt knowledge, knows the annoying parts of transiting ot QtQuick 1 12 José Millán Soto (fid_jose) Experience with Qt, but I've never tried QtQuick 13 Maximilian Löffler Just started with Qt, never worked with Qt Quick 14 John Layt (jlayt) Qt Maintainer, doesn't mean I know what I'm doing :-) 15 Park Shinjo (peremen) Some Qt, no Qt Quick yet 16 Sven Petai (hadara) very little QT experience, no Qt Quick experience 17 Alejandro Castaño Good Qt/Qt Quick 18 Adrian Lopez very little Qt and Qt Quick experience 19 Joseph Wenninger Qt widget based: quite good, Qt Quick: no expeience 20 Dan Vratil Good Qt knowledge, Qt Quick basics 21 Niels Slot Decent Qt knowledge, almost no Qt Quick experience 22 Mirko Boehm I code Qt while sleepwalking after three Mai Tais. But not QML. 23 Jure Repinc Good Qt, only tried Qt Quick 1 a little 24 Lindsay Roberts Medium Qt, low Quick. 25 Antonio Larrosa Good Qt, no Qt Quick 26 Yash shah Qt, no experience with Qt Quick 27 Daniele E. Domenichelli (drdanz) Good Qt, almost no Qt Quick experience 28 Christian Reiner Did some c++/Qt, no Qt Quick 29 Sivan Greenberg Done quite some QML by now, wants more insight of the C++ side. 30 Benjamin Port A bit experience with Qt, but never really use QtQuick (only some test) 31 Felix Rohrbach (fxrh) Medium Qt, no QtQuick 32 Shreya Pandit(shreya) Intermediate Qt and beginner Qt Quick 33 Rohan Garg (shadeslayer) Intermediate Qt, very basic knowledge of Qt Quick 34 Margus Ernits beginner QT 35 Richard Dale Good Qt, wrote a commercial Symbian app with Qt Quick 36 Heinz Wiesinger Very little Qt, some QtQuick 37 Daniel E. Moctezuma (dmoctezuma) Good Qt knowledge, very basics of QtQuick 38 Smit Mehta ([email protected]) Qt - Basics 39 Kåre Särs Good Qt knowledge, doing a Qt Quick project at work 40 Christian Mollekopf Decent Qt knowledge, barely touched QML 41 Dani Gutiérrez (danitxu) Medium-Good at Qt, no QML practical knowledge 42 Matis Palm Qt - Basics 43 Jonas Vejlin Decent c++, ultra low QT 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Akademy/2012/QtQuick&oldid=22196" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.