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  • #6502

    Preston

    Hi

    Can V-Play Game Engine make use of Qt Widgets?

    On the other side, can we incorporate V-play inside a C++ Qt project?

     

    I have a project that I would like to use V-Play and/or Qt C++ for.

    In this project, I need to get date and time input from the user.  Therefore the date time widget of C++ Qt project would be very useful for me.

    However, with my superficial understanding of V-play, I think V-play does not provide any date time input widget, does it???

     

    In this project I need to take a date and time input from the user.  ideally, it can take dates from year -3000 to 3000.

    I would also need to access the GPS details from the device.

    Is this beyond what V-play can do?

    Should I use Qt C++ for this project instead of V-play?

     

    Thank you

    #7247

    Adderly

    I wish someone answer this.

    #7248

    Jeff

    they prob will on monday

    #7252

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    good news about app development and mixing with C++ functionality and QWidgets is, that with the upcoming V-Play version 2.0 you will we able to use the full Qt5 functionality which makes app development very easy.

    The QML API of V-Play will stay the same with this update and we will raise the price for the V-Play licenses with it, so it still is a good time to invest in annual licenses now, or if you already have a license you get the updates for free. This major update will be available in the next weeks – keep an eye on the blog and our Twitter and Facebook channel where we will share more details about this soon.

    Cheers,
    Chris

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