Best practices for Qt Quick: property bindings
Editor: Andrew Olmsted
Michael Hasselmann has an excellent blog post on property bindings in QML. A property binding exists between two properties 'a' and 'b', written as 'a: b' such that the value of 'a' updates whenever 'b' updates. Typical use-cases are: controlling element size, controlling position of an element through anchors, dynamically changing text or images, controlling element colors or controlling button states. Property bindings are simple, flexible, and powerful in QML. The post should provide some insight into their use.
Best practices for region-specific functionality, e.g. disabling YouTube features in China
Editor: Ryan Abel
A discussion was started on the MeeGo-dev mailing list about best practices for compliance with regional requirements and the Nokia Store. In this case a developer had a compliance failure because of issues with Chinese censorship. What is a correct and portable way of fixing such internationalization, portability and regional issues? No replies as of this writing, but if you have experience on dealing with these sorts of internationalization issues input would surely be appreciated.