QInsightTracker Class

Control the Qt Insight Tracker and send events to the back-end server. More...

Header: #include <QInsightTracker>
qmake: QT += insighttracker
Instantiated By: InsightTracker
Inherits: QObject

Public Functions

void clearCache()
QInsightConfiguration *configuration() const
void interaction(const QString &name, const QString &category = QString()) const
bool isEnabled() const
void setEnabled(bool enabled)
void startNewSession()
void transition(const QString &name) const

Detailed Description

QInsightTracker provides a C++ API that can be used to control the tracker and to send events to the back-end server.

Member Function Documentation


Constructs a tracker object. All tracker objects share the same back-end server and configuration.

void QInsightTracker::clearCache()

Clear all events from the local cache.

QInsightConfiguration *QInsightTracker::configuration() const

Configure the tracker

See also QInsightConfiguration.

void QInsightTracker::interaction(const QString &name, const QString &category = QString()) const

Send a interaction event name. The optional category parameter can be used to filter tracking of the events.

See also QInsightConfiguration::setCategories.

bool QInsightTracker::isEnabled() const

Is tracking enabled. Returns true if tracking is enabled

See also QInsightTracker::setEnabled.

void QInsightTracker::setEnabled(bool enabled)

Enable or disable tracking.

See also QInsightTracker::isEnabled.

void QInsightTracker::startNewSession()

Start a new session A new session id is generated and then used in all subsequent events.

void QInsightTracker::transition(const QString &name) const

Send a transition event name. Use transition events to track the current state of the UI. Transition events can be sent whenever your application changes UI views or states, or whenever there are other UI flow changes such as dialog and notification pop-ups.

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