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This week’s QML/Cascades tip focuses on creating property aliases and why they’ll be your friend when creating custom components in QML.
A second Cascades webcast session will be taking place on Tuesday June 26th.
Today’s tip is about namespaces in QML and how they can be utilized to avoid name clashes.
A QML-language feature tip for Cascades that demonstrates the ability to add new properties to an already-existing component.
Examining the Cascades SDK, its set of native UI elements and capabilities.