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How to use QtMobility to enable vibration in QML

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Ok, now wherever you want to start the vibration, just easily call the rumbleEffect
 
Ok, now wherever you want to start the vibration, just easily call the rumbleEffect
  
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appWindow.rumbleEffect.start();
 
appWindow.rumbleEffect.start();

Latest revision as of 04:20, 11 October 2012

This article explains how to use QtMobility to enable vibration in QML. This uses an alternative mechanism to that proposed in How to use QVibra to enable vibration in QML.

Article Metadata
Code Example
Installation file: Media:Ltdk vibrationQML.sis
Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia E7-00, Nokia N950
Compatibility
Platform(s): Compatible platforms: Symbian^3 and later, Meego
Symbian
Article
Created: ltdangkhoa2105 (06 Mar 2012)
Last edited: hamishwillee (11 Oct 2012)

[edit] Step by step

In the project file, put these settings first:

...
CONFIG += mobility
MOBILITY += feedback
...

Next step, I'll put some of these code below to main.qml file

import QtMobility.feedback 1.1
 
PageStackWindow {
id: appWindow
 
HapticsEffect {
id: rumbleEffect
attackIntensity: 0.0
attackTime: 250
intensity: 1.0
duration: 250 // set up the duration here, in millisecond
fadeTime: 250
fadeIntensity: 0.0
}
}

Ok, now wherever you want to start the vibration, just easily call the rumbleEffect

...
appWindow.rumbleEffect.start();
...

[edit] Sample source code

You can download the sample source code of this article from below links

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