Displaying Information About Application Processes

How to use ProcessStatus to display application process information.

This example shows you how to use the ProcessStatus component to display information about an application's process.

This example is based on the simpler Hello World one. You might want to start from there if you haven't seen it already.

On the left side the built-in applications are listed in a column, where each application has a row containing its icon and name next to a tabbed view that shows information about the application's process (in case the application is actually running).

On the right side of the System-UI the windows of the running applications are stacked in a column, in order of appearance (oldest window at the top and youngest at the bottom).

There are three applications available, a red one called "CPU Hog" which consumes a lot of CPU, a green one called "Memory Hog" that continually increases its memory consumption (so don't leave it running for too long as it will eat up all available RAM eventually) and a blue one called "Slim", which behaves normally.



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