This chapter covers model/view tree models, and assumes a basic familiarity with Qt’s model/view architecture, as described at the beginning of the previous chapter (88 ).
In this chapter we will look at tree models. In the first section we will cover using a
QStandardItemModel subclass with its items held in a
QStandardItem subclass. (In the previous chapter we used
QStandardItems as is.) And in the second section we will replace the
QStandardItemModel with a custom model. Just as with the table model examples in the previous chapter, we will see ...