QPlaceEditorial Class

The QPlaceEditorial class represents a publisher's article describing a place. More...

Header: #include <QPlaceEditorial>
qmake: QT += location
Since: Qt 5.6
Inherits: QPlaceContent

This class was introduced in Qt 5.6.

Public Functions

QPlaceEditorial(const QPlaceContent &other)
virtual ~QPlaceEditorial()
QString language() const
void setLanguage(const QString &language)
void setText(const QString &text)
void setTitle(const QString &title)
QString text() const
QString title() const

Detailed Description

Each QPlaceEditorial has a title, text and language; in addition to those properties inherited from QPlaceContent.

Note: The Places API only supports editorials as 'retrieve-only' objects. Submitting editorials to a provider is not a supported use case.

See also QPlaceContent.

Member Function Documentation

QPlaceEditorial::QPlaceEditorial(const QPlaceContent &other)

Constructs a copy of other if possible, otherwise constructs a default editorial object.


Constructs a new editorial object.

[virtual] QPlaceEditorial::~QPlaceEditorial()


QString QPlaceEditorial::language() const

Returns the language of the editorial. Typically this would be a language code in the 2 letter ISO 639-1 format.

See also setLanguage().

void QPlaceEditorial::setLanguage(const QString &language)

Sets the language of the editorial. Typically this would be a language code in the 2 letter ISO 639-1 format.

See also language().

void QPlaceEditorial::setText(const QString &text)

Sets the text of the editorial.

See also text().

void QPlaceEditorial::setTitle(const QString &title)

Sets the title of the editorial.

See also title().

QString QPlaceEditorial::text() const

Returns a textual description of the place.

Depending upon the provider, the editorial text could be either rich(HTML based) text or plain text.

See also setText().

QString QPlaceEditorial::title() const

Returns the title of the editorial.

See also setTitle().

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