Examples in Qt Automotive Suite

Qt Automotive Suite is equipped with many examples, through which you can learn how to use the various components available.

The table below lists all of these examples and their corresponding components.

ExampleComponentDescription
"Hello World!" System UI ExampleQtApplicationManagerLearn how to write your first System UI.
Animated Windows System UI ExampleQtApplicationManagerLearn how to animate windows to appear and disappear.
Desktop System UI ExampleQtApplicationManagerA minimal Desktop System UI written purely in QML.
Display Frame Rate for the System UI and Applications ExampleQtApplicationManagerLearn how to use the FrameTimer to display information about the frame rate.
Display Information about Application Processes ExampleQtApplicationManagerLearn how to use ProcessStatus to get information about application processes.
Implement a Custom Application Manager ExampleQtApplicationManagerProvides the basic structure and starting point for a custom application manager executable.
Intents System UI and Applications ExampleQtApplicationManagerLearn how to create three applications with a System UI that communicates over Intents.
Multiple Views per Window System UI ExampleQtApplicationManagerShows a WindowObject that is rendered by multiple WindowItems.
Qt IVI Generator Addressbook ExampleQt IVIShows how to generate models using the Qt IVI Generator.
Qt IVI Generator TutorialQt IVIShows to use the Qt IVI Generator.
Generate QtRemoteObjects based backends with the Qt IVI GeneratorQt IVILearn how to use the Qt IVI Generator to create QtRemoteObjects based backends.
QML Media Player ExampleQt IVIShows how to use QtIvi's QML MediaPlayer API.
QML Tuner ExampleQt IVIShows how to use QtIvi's QML Tuner API.
Climate Control QML ExampleQt IVIShows how to access the climate control from QML.
Climate Control Widget ExampleQt IVIShows how to access the climate control from C++.
ContentPlugin ExampleQML LiveDemonstrates how to write a Content Plugin for QML Live.
Custom Runtime ExampleQML LiveDemonstrates how to create a Custom QML Live Runtime.

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