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I'm trying to incorporate Cesium into a program I'm developing with Qt Creator. I can display the Cesium viewer in a Qt WebEngineView by simply pointing to the "Hello World" html file or the "Apps/CesiumViewer" (like so):
However, that doesn't provide me with the functionality I need. I have a dialog box that allows data (latitude, longitude, altitude) to be entered, and I want to display that on the Cesium viewer. So, I want to get access to the Cesium viewer object directly, but I haven't been able to figure out how to do that. Ideally, I'd like to be able to import Cesium viewer into main.qml, then simply pass the lat/lon/alt data to the viewer to map it -- something like viewer.map(lat, lon, alt). If I try to import the Viewer.js file directly, for example, I get errors, like this :
qrc:/Cesium-1.40/Source/Widgets/Viewer/Viewer.js:1: ReferenceError: define is not defined
which is referring to the first line of code in Viewer.js:
I've also tried importing other files directly, but have gotten other errors.
Does anyone have any suggestions? It seems like it should be pretty easy to do this, but I haven't had much luck finding examples of other people who have done the same thing. I have seen posts where people talk about integrating Cesium into Qt, but no code examples.