Fluid is a collection of cross-platform QtQuick components for building fluid and dynamic applications, using the Material Design guidelines.
Online documentation is available at liri.io.
We develop using the git flow method
this means that the
develop branch contains code that is being developed and might break
from time to time. If you want to check out a stable version just install one of the
releases or clone the
master branch that has the latest released version.
Qt >= 5.10.0 with at least the following modules is required:
The following modules and their dependencies are required:
mkdir build cd build cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/path/to/prefix .. make make install # use sudo if necessary
/path/to/prefix to your installation prefix.
You can also append the following options to the
-DFLUID_USE_SYSTEM_LCS:BOOL=ON: Use a system-wide copy of LiriCMakeShared.
-DFLUID_WITH_DOCUMENTATION:BOOL=OFF: Do not build the documentation.
-DFLUID_WITH_DEMO:BOOL=OFF: Do not build the demo application.
-DFLUID_WITH_QML_MODULES:BOOL=OFF: Do not build QML modules.
-DFLUID_INSTALL_ICONS:BOOL=OFF: Embed icons into resources.
The HTML documentation is built unless
passed to cmake and it's installed into
<prefix>/share/doc/fluid/html/index.html with a browser to read it.
You can either install system-wide or per-project installation which is essentially embedding Fluid in your project.
System-wide installations are usually performed by packagers who want to redistribute Fluid in their Linux distro.
Per-project installation is most useful for mobile developers that want to build Fluid alongside their project.
We assume that your distro installs QtQuick modules in
Arch Linux does, please change the paths for your Linux distro.
The same goes for other operating systems.
From the root of the repository, run:
git submodule update --init --recursive mkdir build cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -DINSTALL_QMLDIR=lib/qt/qml .. make sudo make install
Please note that a system-wide installation is discouraged in most cases because there's a risk to "pollute" your system with libraries not managed by a package manager.
You can embed Fluid in your project and build it along your app.
We have an example with qmake in
and another one for qbs in
Licensed under the terms of the Mozilla Public License version 2.0.