Images

Images are very important for making your app more interesting.

In Vue NodeGui, <vn-image> is used to display an image.

Internally Image is a QLabel. QLabel is typically used for displaying text, but it can also display an image. What this means is that you can pass all the props you pass to a <vn-text> to <vn-image> also.

Example

Let's take a simple example of displaying your logo in the app:

simple image example

The code for this would look as below:

<template>
<vn-image src="https://docs.nodegui.org/img/logo-circle.png"></vn-image>
</template>
<script>
export default {}
</script>

Animated images

For animated images, the widget vn-animated-image is still under construction.

Loading an image from a buffer

Lets say we want to load an image from a buffer. In this case we can't use the src prop since its only reserved for local file system path or urls.

In this case use the buffer prop.