Qt SCXML Traffic Light QML Example (Dynamic)#

A Qt Quick application that uses a dynamically loaded state machine to implement a traffic light.

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Traffic Light QML Example (Dynamic) demonstrates how to connect to the active properties of a state in a dynamically loaded state machine.

The UI is created using Qt Quick.

Running the Example#

To run the example from Qt Creator , open the Welcome mode and select the example from Examples. For more information, visit Building and Running an Example.

Dynamically Loading the State Machine#

We link against the Qt SCXML module by adding the following lines to the example’s build files.

To .pro when using qmake:

To CMakeLists.txt when using cmake:

We dynamically create the state machine in the main QML file:

Connecting to States#

In the SCXML file, we specify states for each light: red, yellow, and green. In the <onentry> element, we specify the event to send when entering the state and the delay in seconds before sending the event. In the <transition> element, we specify the event that triggers the transition to the state specified by the target attribute:

We connect to the states as follows:

Example project @ code.qt.io