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This application claims the benefit of Makler binare optionen 602 1. Embodiments of the invention relate generally to application development and more specifically, but not exclusively, to facilitating duplication of application elements during application development.
Shortened time to design and user error reduction are essential to the success of application development environments. Current application development environments are geared towards system engineers.
System engineers often repeat patterns of design subsets when developing an application. A design subset may include, for example, input, output and logic controlling the dependency makler binare optionen 602 1 input and output. Conventional application development techniques do not provide efficient tools makler binare optionen 602 1 facilitating the duplication of design subsets.
In particular, a user wishing to duplicate N sets of application objects of the same type with similar dependencies would typically have to create each set of application objects by hand, repeating every step N times.
Such a process is inefficient and error prone. Non-limiting and non-exhaustive embodiments of the present invention are described with reference to the following figures, wherein like reference numerals refer to like parts throughout the various views unless otherwise specified. In the following description, numerous specific details are set forth to provide a thorough understanding of embodiments of the invention.
One skilled in the relevant art will recognize, however, that embodiments of the invention can be practiced without one or more of the specific details, or with other methods, components, materials, etc. In other instances, well-known structures, materials, or operations are not shown or described in detail to avoid obscuring understanding of this description. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, or characteristics may be combined in any suitable manner in one or more embodiments.
Embodiments of the present invention enable the duplication of sets of application elements while preserving their dependencies. As a result, a user can design complex applications that contain repeating patterns via a graphical means of aggregation, duplication and customization. This reduces errors and repetition of steps by a makler binare optionen 602 1. The application design module includes a user interface UI generatoran application object creatoran application object duplicatoran application data store and an application object renamer The UI generator generates an application design UI that assists a user in designing an application.
In one embodiment, the application is an embedded application constructed for implementation on a processing device such as a microcontroller. As will be discussed in more detail below, the application design UI allows a user to identify various objects for the application.
These objects may include, for example, application inputs e. In one embodiment, the application design UI allows a user to specify parameters for the application objects and define behavior of the valuators and outputs. In particular, the user may be allowed to specify how states of valuators and outputs will change in response to changes in other application objects. In one embodiment, the application design UI also allows a user to request duplication of existing application objects, as will be discussed in more detail below.
The application object creator creates application objects specified by the user and stores data describing these application objects in the application data store This data may include, for example, names of application objects, parameters of each application object, dependencies between the application objects, etc.
The application data store may be a database, a file, a collection of files, etc. The application object duplicator is responsible for duplicating existing application objects in response to a user request, and storing data describing the duplicated objects in the application data store In one embodiment, the application object duplicator receives a user request for duplication when the user selects application objects on the screen and then chooses a duplication option for the selected application objects.
In one embodiment, the application object duplicator preserves all dependencies when duplicating the application makler binare optionen 602 1. In particular, in one embodiment, the application object duplicator maintains all dependencies between duplicated objects and non-duplicated objects external dependenciesand duplicates dependencies between every two objects that are both duplicated internal dependencies. The duplication does not affect any dependencies on the existing objects that were used for duplication.
The application object renamer is responsible for renaming multiple application objects in response to a user request, and updating all dependencies that makler binare optionen 602 1 objects being renamed. As will be discussed in more detail below, in one embodiment, once the user selects multiple application objects on the screen and chooses a rename option for the selected objects, the user is presented with the current names of the selected objects.
The user can then edit the name of a single object, and all other selected objects will be renamed accordingly. The method may be performed by processing logic of the application design module Processing logic may comprise hardware e.
In one embodiment, the application objects are selected by a user from application objects already created makler binare optionen 602 1 this application. These objects may include, for example, application inputs, application outputs, valuators, etc. An exemplary UI that allows the user to select application objects will be discussed in more detail below in conjunction with FIGS. At blockprocessing logic receives a user request to duplicate the selected objects. In response, processing logic duplicates the selected objects block In particular, in one embodiment, processing logic duplicates each selected object by copying data describing a relevant source object, assigning a default name to the duplicated object, and storing the copied data with the default name in the application data store The copied data may specify, for example, characteristics of the object, behavior of the object, dependencies makler binare optionen 602 1 this object and other objects, etc.
The dependencies may be external between this object and other non-duplicated objects and internal between this object and other duplicated objects.
In one embodiment, processing logic maintains all dependencies between the duplicated object and non-duplicated objects, and duplicates every dependency between this duplicated object and other duplicated objects. At blockprocessing logic displays makler binare optionen 602 1 duplicated objects to the user. In one embodiment, the duplicated objects are displayed with default names. If the user wants to rename the duplicated objects, the user may issue a rename request.
In response, processing logic renames the duplicated objects block In one embodiment, the user is allowed to issue the rename request for the entire group of duplicated objects. The user can then provide a new name for a single duplicated object, and this name will be used to automatically rename the entire group of duplicated objects. An exemplary user interface facilitating the group rename functionality will be discussed in more detail below in conjunction with FIG. Exemplary user interfaces will now be described with reference to FIGS.
It will be understood that embodiments of the present invention are not limited to the UIs discussed herein. The Design tab may be used for designing the user application. The Simulation tab provides a software simulation of the user's application. The UI may also include a Build button that invokes the automated code functionality to automatically generate code for the user application without requiring the user to write any code.
The UI also includes a workspace area and a tray area The user may use the tray to select desired objects such as inputs, outputs and valuators, and drag them to the workspace area In the example of FIG. The inputs include makler binare optionen 602 1 voltage input and a push-button switch.
The setpoint valuator digitizes the voltage input The output is a light-emitting diode LED whose state is controlled by the voltage and the switch position. The LED is associated with a transfer function that defines its behavior. Generally, a transfer function defines the behavior of an output device or a valuator in response to one or more inputs. TableLookup is a graphical implementation makler binare optionen 602 1 a truth table, where the inputs are combined into an exhaustive list of combinations that the user drags from a list and makler binare optionen 602 1 on a desired output state.
The entire collection of objects illustrated in FIG. In one embodiment, the duplication is performed if the user selects desired objects in the workspace and chooses a duplication option for the selected objects. The user may select the desired objects by activating makler binare optionen 602 1 selection button on the tool bar and identifying the desired objects in the workspace e.
Then, makler binare optionen 602 1 user may activate any of the selected objects e. In response, a context menu may be displayed including a duplication menu option. If the user selects the duplication option, duplicates of all selected objects are created. The dependencies between the duplicated objects through are the same as the dependencies between the source objects through As shown in FIG. The user may want to rename the duplicated objects. In one embodiment, the user can request the rename by selecting the desired objects and choosing a rename option for the selected objects.
As discussed above, the user can select the desired objects by activating a selection button on the tool bar and identifying the desired objects e. Makler binare optionen 602 1 response, a context menu may be displayed including a rename menu option. If the user selects the rename option, a multi-rename dialog may appear to allow the user to rename the selected objects, as will be discussed in more detail below in conjunction with FIG.
The activation of the selection button triggers the selection mode. When the selection mode is on, the user can select a screen object by clicking on it. In response, a dashed border e. To end the selection mode, the user can click anywhere outside of the screen objects. The duplicates are generated with default names. The number at the end of a default name may be incremented as necessary to assure uniqueness.
After the duplication, the duplicated objects may be selected as shown by their bordersand each duplicated object may be placed over the source objectoffset to the right and down as illustrated in FIG. If the user wants to renames all the objects on the screen, the user may also select the source objects as shown by their bordersand then activate one of the selected objects e. If the user selects the rename option, a multi-rename dialog may appear to allow the user to rename the selected objects.
The dialog lists all objects selected by the user. In one embodiment, the user may click twice on a cell in the new name column to enter edit mode, and then edit the name in this cell. If the user then clicks the OK button, all the listed objects are automatically renamed according to the provided name. In one embodiment, all dependencies existing in the application design are automatically updated to reflect the new names.
In one embodiment, the rename is not performed if the user uses a reserved word or an existing instance name. In one embodiment, the UI element is a designated button on the toolbar. At blockprocessing logic makler binare optionen 602 1 the user selection of a set of screen objects. In response, processing logic provides a visual indication of the selected state for each selected object block This visual indication may be provided, for example, by displaying a dashed border around each selected object.