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Learn Qt 5 by Nicholas Sherriff

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Panels

Now, let's flesh out our CreateClientView a little so that we can actually save some meaningful data rather than just a bunch of empty strings. We still have lots of fields to add in, so we'll break things up a little, and also visually separate the data from the different models, by encapsulating them in discreet panels with descriptive titles and a drop shadow to give our UI a bit of pizzazz:

We’ll begin by creating a generic panel component. Create a new QML file in cm-ui/components named Panel.qml. Update components.qrc and qmldir, as we have done for all the other components:

import QtQuick 2.9
import assets 1.0
Item {
 implicitWidth: ...

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