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Databases created from QML LocalStorage are saved in ~/.local/share/<appid>/Databases/, where <appid> is the applicationName in your MainView. The databases have hexadecimal names and the extension .sqlite. Each has an associated .ini file with the name and description from the first and third arguments to openDatabaseSync. If you only create one ...
Try import Qt.WebSockets 1.0. This is the module name given in the qmldir file. The QML Documentation says that the QtWebSockets name was introduced in Qt 5.5; prior to that, the namespace was Qt.WebSockets. Apparently, the old namespace is still active in 5.5, so I'd use it for the time being.
Ubuntu has additional QML library: qt-components-ubuntu. There were some dependencies on Unity long time ago. But it should be ok now. I think that it is not very hard to run SDK even on something like Mac OS (don't know about emulators...). No idea. There is no significant difference between desktop and mobile. For mobile there is just a cross-compiler and ...
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