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Beaglebone: Example Qt Embedded Linux Application


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Beaglebone: Example Qt Embedded Linux Application, This is the third video in a set of three on Qt application development on the Beaglebone or any other embedded Linux device. The first video introduces the LCD module that I used and the second video is where I set up a full toolchain for C++ Qt application development under embedded Linux (Qt for embedded devices). This toolchain allows us to cross compile Qt applications for the Beaglebone, deploy the applications directly to the beaglebone with a single click and even use remote debugging using gdbserver to diagnose any problems with our applications. The main use of this platform is for GUI application development when a LCD module, or external display is present.

In this the final video in this series I demonstrate an example application that uses an accelerometer and LED to act as output/input devices and I provide the full source code. I explain how the source code is structured and how the physical circuit was configured.

The source code is available at the Linux prompt by typing:
git clone git://github.com/derekmolloy/beagleboneQT.git

If you use this video in your research, please cite:

Molloy, D. [DerekMolloyDCU]. (2013, March, 6). Beaglebone: Qt Creator for C++ ARM Embedded Linux Development [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kP7uvOu9hoQ

Please find more information on these videos at: http://www.derekmolloy.ie/
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