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Qt on Embedded Systems – ELCE 2012

January 16th, 2013 No comments

Lars Knoll, chief maintainer for the Qt Project, gives a presentation about Qt on embedded systems, including a demo with the Raspberry Pi at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2012 in Barcelona, Spain.

Abstract:

Qt LogoFor well over 10 years, Qt has been used in many types of embedded devices, ranging from high-end medical systems, through mobile phones and smartphones, all the way to simple devices like coffee makers. This presentation will show some of the work that has been put in Qt throughout the years to support embedded devices, some of the challenges that the development team faced in order to bring a fully-featured desktop toolkit to resource-limited devices, along with solutions they came up with. Time permitting, the presenter will also show Qt demos running on an embedded device.

This session is intended for embedded application developers looking to make use of the capabilities of recent hardware, as well as decision makers looking for technology to enable their product solutions. The presenter is the Qt Chief Maintainer, having worked on and off embedded device development for a decade.

Here are the key sections of the talk:

  • Qt Introduction
  • A bit of Qt Embedded history – QWS, Qt Palmtop, Qtopia… used in industrial applications, VoIP phones,
  • Qt Quick – QML language, easy to bind and extend with C++
  • Project Lighthouse & Qt5
  • EGLFS & Wayland –  For graphics support. EGLFS: Great option for single process UIs if EGL and OpenGL is available. Wayland: Best solution for multi process environment, integrates with other frameworks
  • Qt Raspberry Pi Demo
  • Qt on Android

Presentation slides are not available for this talk, but you can download some other similar “Qt on Embedded Systems” slides for a speech by Lars given at Qt Developers Day Europe 2012.

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HTML5 in a Plasma-Active World – ELC 2012

February 28th, 2012 No comments

Danny Bennett, Principal Engineer at basysKom GmbH, talks about HTML5 in Plasma Active development environment at Embedded Linux Conference 2012.

Abstract:

With the explosion of mobile application development, there is a increasing demand for a common run-time environment across the many mobile platforms. The WAC (Wholesale Applications Community) along with the latest W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) specification HTML5 (HTML version 5) is a step in that direction. Using recent advances in widget/web application development tools and techniques such as Qt Quick and JavaScript. Using Plasma Active as a development environment we can show how to build and verify widget WAC compliancy using the online compliancy verification. This is done using the current version of Plasma-Active running on MeeGo, Mer and the upcoming Tizen platforms. Proving MeeGo, Mer and Tizen are good platforms as a basis to create WAC compliant HTML5 based web applications.

You can also download the presentation slides on elinux.org.

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