Category Archives: UI

Third LIBPF app preview

This time we have dynamic pages and you can switch between 4 pseudo-servers (switching server changes the app skin). But of course no server is running yet so it’s all fakes (there is a fruit salat configurator you can play … Continue reading

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Second LIBPF app preview

Hey we’re still in the early prototyping phase – it’s all static pages – but you asked for it, so here it is on the XCode simulator (iPhone 3.5 retina): Portrait view: aaapp2_320.m4v. Landscape view : aaapp3_320.m4v. Random screenshots: For … Continue reading

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First try at webapp integration testing with capybara on debian

Capybara looks like a promising tecnology for integration testing of web applications, so we decided to give it a try on debian jessie workstation. There are some howtos around based on rails or other ruby-specific stuff, but what is required … Continue reading

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Testing UI with UI scripting: getting hooq to work

We do need to test User Interfaces (UI) developed with Nokia Qt using UI scripting. There is squish of course and other commercial products but we also like to give a try to open source alternatives if available. One is … Continue reading

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UIPF compiles under Qt 5

The User Interface for Process Flowsheeting (UIPF) compiles under the almost-alpha Qt 5 (tested under Debian sid): just build Qt 5 from Git, then apply the tips. Highlights: Change the uipf.pro file adding this (we don’t use QtDeclarative): greaterThan(QT_MAJOR_VERSION, 4) … Continue reading

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Units of measurements switching coming to LIBPF 1.0 User Interface

After the multi-dimensional sensitivity, it was just about time for the User Interface for Process Flowsheeting to get the long-awaited usability boost: support for different units of measurements. As of pre-alpha version 1.0.748 available on gitorious there is now a … Continue reading

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Multi-dimensional sensitivity coming to LIBPF 1.0 User Interface

We’re a bit behind schedule with the release of LIBPF 1.0, and a lot of work is going into the open source User Interface. One enhancement the UI will get with version 1.0 is a multi-dimensional sensitivity analysis interface, to … Continue reading

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