your question addresses the aspects of how to integrate the GUI application with the hardware or underlying middleware software. To learn how to do this I would recommend you the documentation Implementing a Device Interface. Especially the sub-chapters System Event and System Event Handler describe the desired functionality to receive events from the underlying device.
I hope it helps you further.
Hello Ramya,with System Event and the System Event Handler you can receive events from the underlying software/hardware and perform the same operations as you do in response to keyboard, touch, timer, animation events. So you should very well be able to use the System Events to trigger a switch of screens. Just try it.
I don't see the possibility of the transition of screen happening.
Sorry but I don't understand what you mean.
I don't think it is possible to trigger the effect from the underlying hardware. Or is it?
I don't see any obstacle to not doing this with the System Event.
Best regardsPaul Banach
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