The Qt Sensors API provides access to sensor hardware via QML and C++ interfaces. The Qt Sensors API also provides a motion gesture recognition API for devices.
Applications can access Qt Sensors using QML or C++.
|QML Types||Information about the Qt Sensors QML API|
|C++ Classes||Information about the Qt Sensors C++ API|
|Qt Sensors C++ Overview||High-level information on how to use the C++ API.|
|Sensor Gestures C++ Overview||High-level information specific to sensor gestures|
|Examples||Examples demonstrating the use of the Qt Sensors APIs|
|Backend||Information about the Qt Sensors back end|
|Qt Sensors - Grue Sensor Example||The Qt Sensors - Grue Sensor Example demonstrates creation of a sensor backend|
Qt Sensors 5.0 (the initial release) is generally expected to be source compatible with QtMobility Sensors 1.2.
|Porting Guide||Information about the steps needed to port applications to the Qt Sensors API.|
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