arrow_back Fluid 1.1.0

Fluid is our toolkit for cross-platform and responsive applications development that supports the Material Design design language.

It replaces Papyros’ qml-material which was using QtQuick Controls 1.

We aim to maintain API compatibility until the next major release.

  • Allow to skip building QML modules
  • Install desktop entry and AppStream metadata for the demo
  • Enable searching for icons in the demo app
  • Refresh window decoration when the color changes
  • AppBar custom content
  • Change tool bar and decoration colors
  • NavigationDrawer support for convergence
  • Demo: Convergent navigation drawer
  • SearchBar: expose font property
  • AppBar: Add extendedContent property to add components under the row containing the title and actions
  • AppBar: Add extendedContentHeight property that holds the height of the extended content
  • AppToolBar: Add appBarHeight property that holds the calculated height of the AppBar considering its extended content
  • Set shortcut to go back action
  • Add PageSidebar
  • Add Chip
  • Toggle overflow menu whith the Menu button
  • AppBar: Add property AppBar::overflowMenuVisible to know whether the overflow menu is open or not
  • Fix FloatingActionButton background
  • Add iOS support
  • Support Qt static builds
  • Demo: Warn that system icons might not be available
  • Allow non-visual children in TabbedPage
  • Demo: Remove Universal styling
  • Demo: Use a tool bar for the theme selector
  • Fix NavigationListView being empty
  • SnackBar: Fix SnackBar form factor detection, resulting in fullWidth default value being correctly set
  • SnackBar: Implement SnackBar as a Popup making it always stack on top of the window contents
  • ListItem: Do not calculate ListItem.implicitHeight

You can read the detailed change log from the previous release here.


You can download the source tarball from GitHub

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