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Storyboard targets a variety of operating systems for embedded UI development across a range of microcontrollers and microprocessors. For many developers, Linux is the OS of choice for development for MPU targets. What about for MCUs? We see a lot of RTOS options, but where does Linux fit in the MCU world? One option is uClinux. As […]

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We talk a lot about removing barriers to embedded development for Graphic Designers, keeping them engaged and supported throughout the lifecycle, and enabling them to work in popular 2D and 3D design tools. Adobe Photoshop has been the most popular in the design toolkit, so we’ve worked hard to ensure that designers could leverage the […]

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This blog aims to introduce the concept of Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and how end users can leverage open source software to safely deploy applications that require handling confidential information using OP-TEE. Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) Overview What is a TEE? What are the benefits of having a TEE? TEE provides an isolated environment to […]

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(read part 1 here) Last time we compared Qt and Storyboard Suite across three criteria: designer workflow, resource usage and performance, and platform scalability. In this second and final post, we’ll cover: Application architecture Testing your user interface (UI) Time to experience and overall cost It’s important to remember that Qt is an excellent framework that performs […]

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codeBeamer ALM’s new Review Hub was one of the major features introduced in our Application Lifecycle Management tool’s latest version 8.1. Our users love the way it simplifies the reviewing process and makes compliance audits easier to tackle, but some of them had ideas on how to further improve this set of features. Based on […]

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Given that we’re in the embedded UI/UX development space, a question that often comes up is: How does Storyboard Suite from Crank Software compare to Qt? The quick answer is that there’s no comparison – Qt is a large C++ library of functionality that includes many things and designed to let you do many things, while Storyboard is a […]