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  2. QTBUG-79903

Best Practices for QML and Qt Quick should encourage declarative bindings over imperative assignments

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      https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtquick-bestpractices.html

      This is an unspoken rule that should be spoken.

      • Imperative code interferes with tooling, as it requires JavaScript, which e.g. Qt Quick Designer doesn't support.
      • It delays errors that could be found at build time (with qtquickcompiler?) to run time.
      • It's slow. All your bindings are first evaluated with null objects and then again with the real objects.

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