Qt Application Manager
The application manager binary (
appman) is a headless daemon by itself. You need to supply a suitable QML file via the command-line or via a config file at startup, which then acts as a compositing window manager using the APIs that are exported from the C++ side.
For a high-level overview, see Introduction to the Qt Application Manager.
- Write Applications
- Application Installer
- Logging and Debugging
- Single-Process vs. Multi-Process Mode
- Migrating code from 5.11 to 5.12
A command-line utility to trigger the installation of a specified package on the target device.
A command-line utility to manage the installation of packages.
- Applications Manifest Definition (info.yaml)
- QtApplicationManager QML module
- QtApplicationManager.SystemUI QML module
- QtApplicationManager.Application QML module
Learn how to write your first System UI.
Learn how to animate windows to appear and disappear.
Illustrates a minimal Desktop System UI in pure QML.
How to use the FrameTimer to display information about the frame rate.
How to use ProcessStatus to display application process information.
Provides the basic structure and starting point for a custom application manager executable.
Three applications and a System-UI communicating over Intents.
Learn how to render a WindowObject using multiple WindowItems.
Qt ApplicationManager is available under commercial Qt Automotive Suite licenses. In addition, it is available under the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 3, or See Qt Licensing for further details.
Furthermore Qt ApplicationManager potentially contains third party modules under following permissive licenses:
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