An abstract representation of geographic entities in a map, scene, map view or scene view. More...
Each geographic entity can possess geometry, to describe the location and shape of the entity, and a set of attributes to provide information about the real-world entity it represents. For example, a feature in a feature layer, a graphic in a graphics overlay, and a raster cell in a raster layer are represented by the Feature, Graphic, and RasterCell classes. Each class inherits from GeoElement.
Operations that identify all of the layers in a map or scene, such as GeoView::identifyLayers, can return a collection of IdentifyLayerResult objects. You can obtain the various types of GeoElement objects using IdentifyLayerResult::geoElements.
Note: You cannot declare or create a component of this type in QML code.
Types that inherit from GeoElement provide concrete implementations such as graphics in a graphics overlay, features in a layer, and so on.