[Interest] applicationStateChanged in QML

mark diener rpzrpzrpz at gmail.com
Fri Aug 15 03:28:47 CEST 2014

Does anybody know how to receive application signals from QGuiApplication
in Qt Quick 2.0 application?

I do not want to use a binding

The signal coming from QGuiApplication ->void *applicationStateChanged
(Qt::ApplicationState* state*)

Inside QML, I want to use a Connections component to get the signal
triggered in QML

Or can I only deal with this signal inside of C++?   And then use my own
global singleton class
to trigger a signal into QML?

I have searched high and low.

Maybe there is a way to use the Qt.application.active property and bind it
so that it will call
a javascript function?

Any answers appreciated,

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