V-Play offers a number of open-source demos and examples. You may use them as a starting point for your own apps, or just copy parts of it to speed up your development.
After you installed V-Play SDK you can browse through some examples which show how you can use V-Play Apps for your custom app.
The V-Play Sample Launcher allows you to quickly test and run all the open-source examples and demo games available with the V-Play SDK, from a single desktop application. It also contains the Showcase App which is a collection of open-source example Apps made with V-Play. The Showcase App is also available on iOS and Android.
The demos are part of the V-Play SDK. Open them by browsing to the following folder:
<Path to your V-PlaySDK>/Examples/V-Play
Just open the
.pro files with Qt Creator and you can run the demos on your development PC or deploy them to your mobile devices.
Here is a list of all app demos that are included in the V-Play SDK:
The Qt World Summit Conference App is a full-featured conference management app made by V-Play.
Shows the most important V-Play Apps features combined in a single app with native user experience (UX) and fluid UI animations.
The Maps app displays free bikes or boxes at bike stations for Vienna's bike sharing service Citybike Wien.
The Twitter app shows how to build layouts like in the official Twitter app for iOS and Android.
A YouTube channel browser for listing and playback of YouTube videos.
The PropertyCross app is a real estate app that allows searching UK property listings based on a search term or for the user's current location.
The Weather App showcases how to include powerful animations into your user interface.
The Messaging app demonstrates how to create the UI of a Facebook Messenger like app.
We also offer a list of short code examples to solve common use cases: Code Snippets
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