QComposite allows you to display menu-items, texts, groups, images, icons, controls, etc. in various directions and flows. Every item contains shapes, margins, paddings, alignments. etc. This way you can display your application navigation controls exactly the way you want. You can think of QComposite as a sort of HTML, however without the language.
You can use QComposite as a control, a floating window, a context-menu, etc. A lot of Qios DevSuite controls (like QRibbon) inherit from QCompositeControl or QCompositeWindow to display their layout.
Create tool bars and menus
Or you can create something like the XBox 360 Dashboard…
QShape in Design
To see the QShapeDesigner in action click here.
For more support and examples please visit the support forum
its very good. bt can i use it on .net 3.5 ..???
Response: It works fine with .NET 4.0 framework. I will check 3.5. For support you\'re better off using the forum