This module explores the remaining aspects of writing own widgets and explains how to handle low-level events, which can originate from for example the mouse or the keyboard. Low level painting, however, can not only be used to draw custom widget - a short overview gives you an idea of the power behind the QPainter class. If your application has to manage multiple graphics items or if you want to build a dynamic UI, the section about the graphics view framework will contain an overview of the classes required to build scene-graph-like user interfaces. At the end of this module, a few slides explain optimizing images, which is important to keep the file sizes and loading times down on mobile devices.
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