App(component, inspector=False, create_application=True, application_name=None, mount_into_window=True)[source]¶
The main application object.
To start the application, call the start method:
If you just want to create a widget (that you’ll integrate with an existing codebase), call the export_widgets method:
widget = App(MyRootComponent()).export_widgets()
This widget can then be plugged into the rest of your application, and there’s no need to manage the rendering of the widget – state changes will trigger automatic re-render without any intervention.
Component) – the root component of the application. If it is not an instance of Window or RootComponent, a Window will be created with the passed in component as a child.
inspector – whether or not to run an instance of the Edifice Inspector alongside the main app. Defaults to False
create_application – (default True) whether or not to create an instance of QApplication. Usually you want to use the default setting. However, if the QApplication is already created (e.g. in a test suite or if you just want Edifice to make a widget to plug into an existing Qt application), you can set this to False.
application_name – the Qt application name to set when creating a new QApplication. This option is only relevant if create_application is True.
mount_into_window – (default True) whether or not to mount a window-less component into a window by default. If the passed in component is not part of any window, leaving this flag on will put the component in a window. Set this to False if you just want the App to output a widget.
Exports the Qt widgets underlying the Edifice Component.
Adds a global stylesheet for the app.