Zuble provides a set of sample applications that serve both as development tools and examples. These are as follows:
Since Zuble applications are modular, these tools can easily be packaged into new Zuble applications, allowing developers to build their own customized versions of development tools by adding their own workpads to the basic set provided by Zuble. Workpads can also be removed from the basic set by editing the customized application's zblconfig.xml file.
zub uses the QQmlApplicationEngine class to host a non-GUI QML scripting environment that features the Zuble core plugin. zub is intended primarily for QML extension object development and testing, but it can also be used to build non-GUI console applications written in QML.
zub setup procedure:
The application builder allows developers to create new Zuble applications and deploy them into SNAP application files for testing.
Zuble's logging console provides a log file viewer and a control panel for configuring the logger settings.
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