Here's how to implement a table, including header and data.
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Helpful examples for testing the QtQuick Timeline module recently added to Qt5.14.
Tabs are used to expand limited screen real estate.
Overreliance on templates can be a trap in the realm of embedded software design.
Here's how to indicate what "page" is currently shown.
Large files can be frustrating to download. Here's a solution to ease the pain.
It's best practice for appropriate professionals to try out your product before it hits the market.
Here's how to implement a Dialog that supports an arbitrary number of buttons.
Microcontrollers, Digital Twins and Qt 6 were the talk of QtWS 2019.
A Spinner indicates progress of a long-running operation when the progress percentage is unknown.
Start usability design at the outset, as soon as you can articulate business, user and safety requirements.
Use a ProgressBar to indicate progress of a long-running operation, from zero to 100%.
Qt developers making the transition from desktop or mobile to embedded have a host of challenges to overcome.
Bare-bones QML controls can serves as a starting point for your next project.
Here's a look at a cross-platform library designed for low-level embedded programming.
A look at core ZeroMQ patterns, including Request Reply.
This popular SoM is suitable for use in commercial products.
Real-time collaborative design tool Figma transforms workflow for creative teams.
ICS designed a small board for experimenting with GPIO programming.
End-users can be empowered to quickly filter a large data set according to a few simple rules.
Under a standard Linux-based system you can do soft real-time programming, such as reading buttons and driving LEDs.
Can your software application be easily adapted for use in a variety of languages and locales?
Here's how to control Raspberry Pi GPIO pins from Python using Rpi.GPIO and Gpiozero.
A world saturated with computer-enabled things badly needs good UX design.
Here's a look at basic GPIO control using the sysfs interface provided by the Linux kernel.
In Part 2 of our series, we look at the hardware capabilities of the Raspberry Pi's GPIO interface.