Join ICS this spring for an informative and engaging seminar in a city near you. We'll be covering multiple topics, depending on the city. Check out the options below:
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Developing Powerful Embedded Applications with Qt and HTML 5 (free)
Plus, How to Ensure You Deliver a User Experience That Will Keep Them Coming Back
Do you want to create a powerful and compelling application that your users will actually like to use? Having trouble getting your designer's mock-ups translated to 'pixel-perfect' in your final application? Come and learn the different approaches to creating rich, touch-enabled UIs with Qt, QML and HTML5. We'll explore the benefits of each approach and discuss when it makes sense to use a combination of tools. This one day course will cover various topics on Qt, Qt Quick (QML) and HTML 5, plus UX best practices for students who want to do rapid GUI development on embedded devices. The course will include many code examples and we'll end the day with practical UX tips and best practices that you can begin implementing in your applications today.
Build Your Own Touch Screen Device with TI Sitara Starter Kit ($249)
Hands-on Training — Take home a working device!
Waltham, MA, San Jose, CA, Santa Ana, CA and Dallas Only
Now it's time to get your hands dirty. This course bridges the gap between the hardware and software of embedded devices using an AM335x Starter Kit as the instructional platform. By the end of the day, you will have written a touchscreen application built in C++ and Qt that is installed and working on this device. In addition, you will learn how to create the software development environment as well as debug and tune your applications in an embedded environment.
Special Topics in Qt and UX (free)
We'll Cover a Variety of Specialized Qt and UX Topics
Waltham, MA, San Jose, CA and Santa Ana, CA Only
Topics will include:
- Raspberry Pi and Qt
- C++11 and Qt
- Introduction to Qt Creator
- Qt WebKit
- Best Practices for Qt Localization
- Effective QML
- Exporting C++ Models to QML
- Applying the UX Process
- UX Patterns and Principles