QLayout allows you to configure your views as a 3x3 matrix, containing an optional Header and/or Footer (mostly used for navbar, but can be anything). If you haven’t already, please read QLayout documentation page first.
Scaffold your layout(s) by clicking on the button below.Layout Builderlaunch
Since the header and footer needs a layout and QLayout by default manages the entire window, then for demoing purposes we are going to use containerized QLayouts. But remember that by no means you are required to use containerized QLayouts for QHeader or QFooter.
You can use
glossy class on toolbars in header and footer.
In the example below, scroll the page to see the QHeader and QFooter behavior.
iOS look and feel
In the example below, you could use Ionicons icons (v4) with
ion-ios- prefix for QTabs, which would perfectly match the iOS look and feel.
Desktop app look and feel
The example below is especially useful if you build an Electron app and you hide the default app frame.