QML Test Application
I wanted something to learn a bit of QML, so I decided to create a simple test application for our Enginio backend. I made it public: https://bitbucket.org/jdierckx/enginiotest
It should be pretty straightforward to use: open the .pro file, build and run and get testing!
This is a screenshot of the application in its current state:
- you can set the Enginion backend ID
- you can authenticate a user on your backend
- you can send json requests using all available modes (query, update, create, remove) and operations (object, user, usergroup, usergroup members, access control, file)
- a colored log is shown of all operations
There are a couple of things I want to add, but I won't have the time in the near future:
- templates of requests
- history of requests
- save backend ID and authentication info
Nice! I like it. Maybe you want to contribute that to Qt as an example/tool?
Of course, this can be used in whatever way you like. Should I add a certain license header to make that possible?
Most of qt-project examples are BSD licensed. Sadly, I can not just take your code from bitbucket (copyrights and such), but it can be contributed through opensource channel (http://qt-project.org/wiki/Qt-Contribution-Guidelines). It is not that difficult, and as you are familiar with git already, it should be easy for you :-). I can alway help you with that in case of problems
I will have a look at the wiki and add the necessary license headers and such to the repository. Actually contributing it in the official way will have to wait a bit (I am swamped in work)
Sure, I definitely understand that. Thank you!
I put a BSD license header in the source files, so they can be used without problems.
I had a quick look at the contribution guidelines, but the process seems a bit tedious at first glance. Anyway, I will have a look at the steps to be done and will try to do them in-between work.
Yes, the process is not optimized for one time contribution, but it is not that complex. Thanks again