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QAbstractBrowserScreen Class Reference

The QAbstractBrowserScreen class allows developers to replace the "application browser screen" portion of the Phone UI. More...

    #include <QAbstractBrowserScreen>

Inherits QWidget.

Inherited by PhoneBrowserScreen.

Public Functions

Public Slots

Signals

Additional Inherited Members


Detailed Description

The QAbstractBrowserScreen class allows developers to replace the "application browser screen" portion of the Phone UI.

The application browser is part of the server widgets framework and represents the portion of the phone UI that users navigate through to launch applications or view their documents.

A small tutorial on how to develop new server widgets using one of the abstract widgets as base can be found in QAbstractServerInterface class documentation.

This class is part of the Qtopia server and cannot be used by other Qtopia applications.


Member Function Documentation

QAbstractBrowserScreen::QAbstractBrowserScreen ( QWidget * parent = 0, Qt::WFlags flags = 0 )

Constructs a new QAbstractBrowserScreen instance, with the specified parent and widget flags.

void QAbstractBrowserScreen::applicationLaunched ( const QString & application )   [signal]

Emitted whenever the user launches an application through the browser.

QString QAbstractBrowserScreen::currentView () const   [pure virtual]

Returns the name of the current view.

void QAbstractBrowserScreen::currentViewChanged ( const QString & view )   [signal]

Emitted whenever the current view changes to view. This may be caused by calls the resetToView() or moveToView(), or by user interaction with the browser.

void QAbstractBrowserScreen::moveToView ( const QString & view )   [pure virtual slot]

Displays the view using any appropriate transition effects. view should be added to the end of any back or history handing list.

void QAbstractBrowserScreen::resetToView ( const QString & view )   [pure virtual slot]

Displays the view immediately. Any logical back or history handling should be reset to have view as a starting point.

bool QAbstractBrowserScreen::viewAvailable ( const QString & view ) const   [pure virtual]

Returns true if the browser is capable of switching to view.


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