The purpose of this example is to show how a web user interface (HTML5) can be integrated with a CDP Studio application using the StudioAPI and Vuejs.
This WebUI example shows how a home control dashboard might be implemented.
The example consists of a small CDP Application that contain some components for simulating temperature, light and power usage. It uses Vuejs for dynamically building the website using Vue components. The demo uses a stylesheet from w3schools called "w3css" to handle most of the styling and layout needs.
For more information about how to use web user interfaces with CDP Studio, see the Web UI documentation.
How to Run the Example
To run the example from CDP Studio, open Welcome mode and find it under Examples. Next, in Configure mode right click on the library project and select Build, then right click on the system project and select Run & Connect. See the Running the Example Project tutorial for more information.
After the library and system are built and the application is run, check the Application Output in CDP Studio to verify where the StudioAPI server is listening, e.g. "StudioAPIServer: listening on 127.0.0.1:7689". The corresponding address will serve the demo web application: http://127.0.0.1:7689/www/index.html
The Files of the Project
The following files can be seen in Code mode Project tree under Other files/Application/www
The "rangeinput.css" file contains the css rules used to style the range input.
The "styleoverride.css" file contains some css rules used to override and complement the premade rules in the "w3.css" file.
The "index.html" file is where the bulk of the markup is contained. This is also where the site's structure is determined.
A comprehensive introduction to vuejs can be found at https://vuejs.org/v2/guide/
Introduction and reference is available at http://www.w3schools.com/w3css/default.asp