Qt Design Studio 1.6 release has been announced for general availability. This release comes with new features and fixes as highlighted below.
Qt Design Studio 1.6 release comes with many improvements in the Qt Quick 3D View. With these new changes, the view now supports visual effects such as Emboss, Brush Stokes, Gaussian Blur, Motion Blur, and more. These can be applied using drag and drop too with properties supporting animation.
The connection editor now supports the assignment of values or calls to functions.
There is a new transition editor that allows editing transitions and animations between states with a graphical In computing, an interface is a shared means by which two or more separate components of a computer system exchange information. The interface could be between the human and a computing device, two computers, computer hardware, software or peripheral devices. Examples include touch screens which allow information to be exchanged between a human and the devices, A software graphical interface,... More similar to the existing timeline editor. This makes it convenient and easy to define transitions and their animations without having to write QML code by hand.
This new design software release also comes with an improved new View and Flow View editor that allows users to define custom application flows including transition effects and decisions and is based on the new FlowView module available in Qt Design Studio.
The Qt Bridges has also been updated and now supports the latest version of Photoshop and Sketch. There is also support for connectivity to Matlab Simulink models on Windows. Even though it is still a technical preview.
Qt for MCU support has been improved while features that are not supported by Qt Quick Ultralite are disabled where applicable.
You can find out more details about the official changelog found here. Meanwhile, you can head over and get the Qt Design Studio 1.6 release that is available under Design Tools > Qt Design Studio 1.6 in the online installer here.