Simulating Data Input
- Loading Placeholder Data
You can create QML files that contain placeholder data, so that you can test grid, list, or path views, even though you don't have access to real data.
- Simulating Application Logic
- Simulating Dynamic Systems
Use the Simulink connector to connect a Simulink Simulation Model to your UI. Simulink is a MATLAB-based graphical programming environment for modeling, simulating, and analyzing multi-domain dynamic systems.
- Using QML Modules with Plugins
You can load C++ plugins for QML to simulate data.
Available under certain Qt licenses.
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