QtInterfaceFramework QML Type

The QtInterfaceFramework singleton holds enums, which are used by multiple Items of the QtInterfaceFramework module. More...

Import Statement: import QtInterfaceFramework
Instantiates: QtInterfaceFrameworkModule

Detailed Description

The following enums are exported from this object:

ModelCapability

ConstantDescription
NoExtrasThe backend does only support the minimum feature set and is stateful.
SupportsGetSizeThe backend can return the final number of items for a specific request. This makes it possible to support the QIfFilterAndBrowseModel::DataChanged loading type.
SupportsFilteringThe backend supports filtering of the content. QIfFilterAndBrowseModelInterface::availableContentTypesChanged() and QIfFilterAndBrowseModelInterface::queryIdentifiersChanged() will be used as input for the Qt Interface Framework Query Language.
SupportsSortingThe backend supports sorting of the content. QIfFilterAndBrowseModelInterface::availableContentTypesChanged() and QIfFilterAndBrowseModelInterface::queryIdentifiersChanged() will be used as input for the Qt Interface Framework Query Language.
SupportsAndConjunctionThe backend supports handling multiple filters at the same time and these filters can be combined by using the AND conjunction.
SupportsOrConjunctionThe backend supports handling multiple filters at the same time and these filters can be combined by using the OR conjunction.
SupportsStatelessNavigationThe backend is stateless and supports handling multiple instances of a QIfFilterAndBrowseModel requesting different data at the same time. E.g. One request for artists, sorted by name and another request for tracks. The backend has to consider that both request come from models which are currently visible at the same time.
SupportsInsertThe backend supports inserting new items at a given position.
SupportsMoveThe backend supports moving items within the model.
SupportsRemoveThe backend supports removing items from the model.

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