implemented simple rocking as feature in QML

Hello

I want to put in simple toggle as feature in QML.

For example, when the user clicks the button once, it happens an action,

When the user clicks the button again another action happens when the user clicks new

the button of the action happened at the start will be made.

How to keep the State of a variable of that type in QML?

It should be sth like that, but don't know exactly how do:

onClicked: {
   if (variable == true)
   {
     displayDialog();
     variable = false;
   }else
   {
     displayDialog2();
     variable = true;
   }

 }

How using the correct syntax? Thank you.

The container reference by id, the following should work:

 Container {
   id: myContainer
   ...
    property int toggleProperty: 0;

            Button {

                imageSource: "asset:///bkg.png"

                onClicked: {
                 if (myContainer.toggleProperty == 0)
                {
                  doSmth() // this never gets called :((??
                  myContainer.toggleProperty = 1
                }
                  else
                {
                    doSmthElse()
                   myContainer.toggleProperty = 0
                 }
               }

            }

    } // end of Container

Another option is declaring alias property in the top-level object:

{Page}

property alias toggleProperty: myContainer.toggleProperty

...

The names in this way, even if not qualified will work:

If (toggleProperty == 0)...

It is also possible to declare the property int itself at the highest level.

Tags: BlackBerry Developers

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