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authorTopi Reinio <>2014-02-20 12:23:26 +0100
committerTopi Reiniö <>2014-02-20 15:15:05 +0200
commitb457d0cd3d8f97f1b0ac7984a9056972dd7e1760 (patch)
tree8ffc60483b5289d3e2508e56c302578aaa938450 /basicsuite
parent71db2bada3de8cc2a930a470ab41ea8dbf748ddf (diff)
Update content for About Boot to Qt demo
- Replace Boot to Qt with Qt Enterprise Embedded where suitable, and update content with current messaging - Rename title to 'About Qt Enterprise Embedded' Task-number: QTEE-390 Change-Id: I30c2ee11954da43dc4010cc890beec9020cc529f Reviewed-by: Kalle Viironen <> Reviewed-by: Eirik Aavitsland <>
Diffstat (limited to 'basicsuite')
5 files changed, 45 insertions, 34 deletions
diff --git a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/AboutBoot2Qt.qml b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/AboutBoot2Qt.qml
index f9859ee..d050a71 100644
--- a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/AboutBoot2Qt.qml
+++ b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/AboutBoot2Qt.qml
@@ -50,28 +50,18 @@ Column {
Title {
id: title
- text: "Boot to Qt"
+ text: "Qt Enterprise Embedded"
ContentText {
id: brief
width: parent.width
- text: '<p align="justify">Boot to Qt is a light-weight UI stack for embedded systems, based on the Qt Framework by Digia,
- offering an elegant means of developing beautiful and performant embedded devices. It supports two different
- operating systems:
- <ul>
- <li><b>Boot to Qt for embedded Android</b> places Qt on top of an Android (version 4.1 or higher)
- kernel/baselayer.</li>
- <li><b>Boot to Qt for embedded Linux</b> places Qt on top of an Linux kernel/baselayer, built using
- Yocto 1.4 \'Dylan\' release.</li>
- </ul>
- Both versions have been tested and verified on a number of different hardware configurations.
- Boot to Qt support is not limited to the devices used as reference platforms, it can be made to run on a
- variety of hardware.
- <p align="justify">Boot to Qt is part of a commercial-only SDK offering which includes a ready-made stack
- with full Qt Creator integration. The SDK allows building and running on device
- with just a button. Embedded development has never been this easy!'
+ text: '<p align="justify">Qt Enterprise Embedded provides a fully-integrated solution
+ to get you started immediately with software development on your embedded device
+ with a tailored user experience for embedded Linux and embedded Android. It
+ supports your key requirements for high performance, minimal footprint together
+ with Qt’s flexible full-framework modular architecture to deliver unparalleled
+ scalability.'
Column {
@@ -90,20 +80,41 @@ Column {
width: parent.width
- text: '<p align="justify">Boot to Qt has been tested and verified on
- a number of different hardware configurations, including:
+ text: '<p align="justify">Qt Enterprise Embedded gives you shorter time-to-market
+ providing you with the productivity-enhancing tools and value-adding components.
+ You are up-to-speed with development and prototyping since day one. You can just
+ focus on writing your application with Qt.<br>
+ <p align="justify">Qt Enterprise Embedded provides you with the following:
- <li>Google Nexus 7 - NVIDIA Tegra3 Quad Core, 1 GB RAM</li>
- <li>Beagle Board xM - ARM Coretex A8 1GHz, 512 MB RAM, PowerVR SGX 530</li>
- <li>Freescale i.MX 6 - ARM Cortex A9 1.2GHz, 1 GB RAM, Vivante GC2000</li>
- </ul>
- Rough minimal requirements for running Boot to Qt are:
- <ul>
- <li>256Mb of RAM</li>
- <li>500Mhz CPU, 1Ghz preferred for 60 FPS velvet UIs</li>
- <li>OpenGL ES 2.0 support</li>
- <li>Android 4.0+ compatible hardware</li>
+ <li><b>A full-blown, productivity enhancing development environment</b>,
+ installed on a Linux development desktop. This self-contained environment
+ is installed and updated through one online installer and features the Qt
+ Creator Enterprise IDE, with features that facilitate the whole product
+ creation lifecycle: UI designer, code editor, direct device deployment
+ via USB or IP, emulator, on-device debugging and profiling.</li><br>
+ <li><b>Shorter time-to-market with the Boot to Qt Software Stack</b>. A
+ light-weight, Qt-optimized, full software stack that is installed into
+ the actual target device. The stack comes in two flavors, Embedded Android
+ and Embedded Linux. The pre-built stack gets you up-to-speed with prototyping
+ in no time and with our professional tooling you can customize the stack into
+ your exact production needs.</li><br>
+ <li><b>Full power and scalability of Qt on Embedded</b>. Leverage the
+ cross-platform C++ native APIs for maximum performance on both beautiful
+ user interfaces as well as non-GUI operations. With C++, you have full control
+ over your application code. You can also configure Qt Enterprise Embedded
+ directly from the source codes into a large variety of supported hardware and
+ operating systems. As with any Qt project, the same application can be deployed
+ natively to desktop and mobile OS targets as well.</li><br>
+ <li><b>Value-Adding Components</b>. No need to re-implement the wheel! Full Qt
+ Enterprise libraries give you a shortcut on development time providing ready-made
+ solutions, such as a comprehensive virtual keyboard, charts and industrial UI
+ controls.
+ <p align="justify">Qt Enterprise Embedded includes <b>Boot to Qt</b>, a light-weight,
+ Qt-optimized, full software stack for embedded systems that is installed into the actual
+ target device. The Boot to Qt stack can be made to run on a variety of hardware - Qt
+ Enterprise Embedded comes with pre-built images for several reference devices.
diff --git a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtForAndroid.qml b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtForAndroid.qml
index 7e53e2f..16d834a 100644
--- a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtForAndroid.qml
+++ b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtForAndroid.qml
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ Column {
ContentText {
width: parent.width
text: '<p align="justify"><b>Boot to Qt for embedded Linux</b> is build from scratch using
- Yocto 1.4 tools to contain only components required in the embedded device,
+ Yocto 1.5 tools to contain only components required in the embedded device,
resulting in smaller image sizes while keeping valuable development tools available.'
diff --git a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtFramework.qml b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtFramework.qml
index 70c6c6e..76c2865 100644
--- a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtFramework.qml
+++ b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/QtFramework.qml
@@ -59,9 +59,9 @@ Column {
and mobile platforms.
<li><b>Qt Framework</b> - intuitive APIs for C++ and CSS/JavaScript-like
- programming with Qt Quick for rapid UI creation<\li>
+ programming with Qt Quick for rapid UI creation</li><br>
<li><b>Qt Creator IDE</b> - powerful cross-platform integrated
- development environment, including UI designer tools and on-device debugging</li>
+ development environment, including UI designer tools and on-device debugging</li><br>
<li><b>Tools and toolchains</b> - internationalization support, embedded toolchains
and more.</li>
diff --git a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/main.qml b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/main.qml
index 865aca4..5c5c6df 100644
--- a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/main.qml
+++ b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/main.qml
@@ -106,8 +106,8 @@ Item {
Item { width: 1; height: engine.smallFontSize() }
AboutBoot2Qt { }
- QtFramework { }
QtForAndroid { }
+ QtFramework { }
Image {
id: codeLessImage
source: "codeless.png"
diff --git a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/title.txt b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/title.txt
index 9b133f7..634a26a 100644
--- a/basicsuite/about-b2qt/title.txt
+++ b/basicsuite/about-b2qt/title.txt
@@ -1 +1 @@
-About Boot to Qt
+About Qt Enterprise Embedded