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QQuickImageProvider force image to be updated. How to?
Kofr last edited by Kofr
Hi. I have
QQuickImageProviderand I need to keep image in sync in QML with source set to this
QQuickImageProviderto be updated in case of its source changes.
How to do this? I ask because
QQuickImageProviderdoes not have any signals or to indicate that source changed.
What is the benefit of using
P_PROPERTY(QImage image... )which signals about changes?
literA2 last edited by
@Kofr if you're using the QQuickImageProvider to load the image, once the onSourceChanged signal (Image class) is triggered the requestImage() function of QQuickImageProvider will be called.
Kindly refer to the documentation for its benefits.
What is the benefit of using QQuickImageProvider instead of P_PROPERTY(QImage image... ) which signals about changes?
the benefits are well described in the class description.
As the classname says it's supposed to provide images. The images do not necessarily exist. For example you could create pixmaps on the fly specified by url parameters.
You need to create a separate QObject which keeps track of the images and triggers when you want it to. the image provider is still needed though. But in QML you could request the image url via your custom object which then also registers to trigger updates when it changes for example.