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The official Qt project website provides a bunch of information and tutorials to get started with Qt for C++ : Qt for beginners : http://qt-project.org/wiki/Qt_for_beginners this youtube channel also contains a lot of good video tutorials about Qt C++ and others #Although it is mentioned in the question : VoidRealms - Youtube Channel : ...
There's no Ubuntu packages in the repositories providing ValueField.qml. I'd just remove the import ValueField 1.0 line in your test file.
I had the same problem, to fix it I edited the plugins.qmltypes file. Follow the path in the error message, you need superuser permissions. The error message says some lines could not been parsed. Looking at the file, the lines are contained in some kind of JSON object, in my case, at the end of the file. I removed the whole object and it worked. Component ...
Using pyotherside that is already packaged for ubuntu as pyotherside (for trusty you can just manually download and install the utopic package, or build from sources). You only need to have this installed in your $QML2_IMPORT_PATH/io/thp/pyotherside. Then on Qml side you can just load the Python component, and do the magic. See the examples and read the ...
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