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    Daniel

    I plan on making a podcatcher app with desktop client, and hopefully a series of tutorials about it as well.  To do so I will prop need to pull in some extra libs like QQuick’s XML Parser and some QtNetorking tools.  Since I want to make this a V-Play app, I wanted to know the limits of where V-Play ends as far as Qt Libs

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    #11253

    Günther
    V-Play Team

    Hi Daniel!

    You should be able to use all of the Qt Libs together with V-Play. V-Play only extends Qt, without introducing limitations to the features Qt already offers.
    It is also possible to integrate custom C++ code or libraries and use them with your application: Integrating QML and C++

    Best,
    Günther

    #11293

    Günther
    V-Play Team

    Hi Daniel!
    My previous reply was mainly about compatibility (that V-Play is usable together with all other Qt features).
    One thing I want to add in terms of licensing: If you want to use features only available with a commercial Qt license, these features are not covered by V-Play. You can think of V-Play as an extension to what you can do with your free or commercial Qt license.

    Best,
    Günther

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