Qt WebEngine QML Types

The QML types can be imported into your application using the following import statements in your .qml file:

import QtWebEngine 1.5

To link against the module, add the following QT variable to your qmake .pro file:

QT += webengine

WebEngineCertificateError

A utility type for ignoring certificate errors or rejecting erroneous certificates

ContextMenuRequest

A request for showing a context menu

AuthenticationDialogRequest

A request for providing authentication credentials required by proxies or HTTP servers

ColorDialogRequest

A request for selecting a color by the user

FileDialogRequest

A request for letting the user choose a (new or existing) file or directory

FormValidationMessageRequest

A request for showing a HTML5 form validation message to the user

JavaScriptDialogRequest

A request for showing an alert, a confirmation, or a prompt dialog from within JavaScript to the user

WebEngineDownloadItem

Provides information about a download

WebEngineHistory

Provides data models that represent the history of a web engine page

WebEngineHistoryListModel

A data model that represents the history of a web engine page

WebEngineLoadRequest

A utility type for the WebEngineView::loadingChanged signal

WebEngineNavigationRequest

Represents a request for navigating to a web page as part of WebEngineView::navigationRequested()

WebEngineNewViewRequest

A utility type for the WebEngineView::newViewRequested signal

WebEngineProfile

Contains settings, scripts, and visited links common to multiple web engine views

WebEngineScript

Enables the programmatic injection of scripts in the JavaScript engine

WebEngineSettings

Allows configuration of browser properties and attributes

WebEngine

Provides access to the default settings and profiles shared by all web engine views

WebEngineFullScreenRequest

A utility type for the WebEngineView::fullScreenRequested() signal

WebEngineView

A WebEngineView renders web content within a QML application

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