When you start learning to program, one of the first things people will tell you is that developing graphical interfaces (GUI) is complicated. And this is actually very true, especially where performance is a concern. But it is also true that it’s getting easier and easier to build graphical interfaces, given the new frameworks that are emerging.
The purpose of this article is to show how to create a panel interface for industrial automation.
The UI is really simple because we wanted to have the maximum performance on ULL and the LOWEST Memory usage.
The framework chosen for this project was TotalCross, following the architectural pattern it guides (to improve maintenance/code adjustments in the future). …
I’m Patrick Martins student of Control and Automation Engineering at the University of Fortaleza (Brazil). I have been a TotalCross intern since February 2020, This project was given to me to demonstrate some of the basic features and objects that can be used in TotalCross.
The basic requirements for doing the steps in this article are: