Originally Posted by jonnor
Sure you can: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5.0/qtq...ck-module.html
The API and programming model is much more like QGraphicsView than QWidget, and no widgets for Qt Quick are provided as part of Qt, but it is all there - available from C++.
Qt Quick is useless if no widgets are provided and uic can't generate C++ code from XML file created in Qt Designer.
I'll echo Keith Packard here: "I don't want to write an application in three programming languages."
Logic in C++, binding in JS, defintion in QML. There's two unneeded parts there, no points for spotting which ones.