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.
Currently the API is supported on Android, iOS, SailFish, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
Information for Application Writers
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|
Information for Backend Implementors
|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|
Compatibility with QtMobility Sensors API
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.|
|Compatibility Map||Compatibility map of all supported platforms.|
|Generic Backend||Information about the generic sensor backend.|
|Sensorfw Backend||Information about the Sensorfw sensor backend.|
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