I’m starting a new project and I’m looking for a nice cross platform framework to use as the base of my desktop application.
I have been looking at Qt, but Juce has some “killer-features” that I would really like to utilize.
I have been looking through the classes and the demo app, but I have some questions on using Juce in a large application.
Key commands. Does the Juce framework support some kind of “action-handler” or what you would like to call it.
I would like to define a command, say “New Document”. This should then be connected to a button and maybe also a menu item. In addition it should be called from a default keyboard-shortcut, and the user should be able to change this short cut at run time. Is there any built in support for this?
Docking and MDI. What is best practice for applications that has property panels and several other forms inside the main window? Are there any built in snap, dock, stack, etc functions?
Sorry for being vague, I’m just looking for the possibilities, and how I should use the frame work in the best way.
Although there are many great widgets in the framework, my application will depend heavily on custom components. These seems easy to implement once I get in to it. One question though, I would need some kind of timeline component. This component would of course have many items. Are there any limit to the number of child components I can add to comp.
Lets say I have 500 child components and the time line is zoomed in, can I simply let the child components go outside the bounds of the parent (like 5000px to the right)? Will Juce optimize for this and not render them?
Thank you, I’m looking forward to diving in to the framework