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V-Play Apps is a QML module for developing feature-rich, cross-platform apps with the native look and feel of the underlying platform. It is part of the V-Play SDK.
|Mobile||iOS||Version 6.0 and above / iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPod touch 3rd Gen or newer (armv7, armv7s and arm64 architectures) and Simulators|
|Android||Version 4.1 ("Jelly Bean") and above (armv5, armv7a and x86 architectures)|
|Phone / RT||Devices running Windows RT 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 or later|
|Desktop||Mac OSX||64-bit Apple Mac OS X 10.6 or later|
|Windows||32- or 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7 or later|
|Linux||32- or 64-bit Linux Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04 & 13.10 or OpenSuse 12|
|Embedded||Raspberry Pi and iMX6 (contact us for more information about these platforms)|
V-Play applications are written in QML code. QML is a declarative language provided by the Qt framework that makes it easy to create stylish, custom user interfaces with smooth transitions and animations. In addition QML components can be linked with C++ code, allowing you to implement more complex functionality and access third-party framework integrations.
V-Play Apps makes it possible to write cross-platform apps that:
Download the latest SDK from v-play.net/download/ and install it. You may need to register for V-Play first. Registration is completely free and only takes a minute.
The SDK comes with a feature-packed IDE called Qt Creator. Open it from your installation and create your first V-Play application starting with one of our provided project wizards.
Browse through our documentation and our Getting Started guide to learn how to create your custom app with V-Play Apps components. You can also have a look at our provided examples and demos found in your V-Play installation.
V-Play Apps includes components for developing cross-platform apps with a native look and feel to interfaces and user experience patterns.
In addition to V-Play Apps you most probably will also make use of components from the Qt Quick module provided by the Qt framework.
The current release of V-Play Apps is based on Qt 5 and QtQuick 2.
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