With weMX Designer, users can easily make a screen, and check the results through simulations
Run weMX Designer, and go to [File] – [New] – [New Project].
After the New project window appears, set the Project Name, Model Name, and Orientation
Set the screen’s resolution and name
Move to screen 1 to select [Draw] – [String], or click the [T shaped icon] on the top toolbar
Drag on the screen to create a text box.
Enter “Hello, World” in the text dialogue.
With the same process, lines, rectangles, and circles can be created.
Select [Part] – [Switch/Lamp] – [Bit Switch], or click the [blue switch icon] on the top toolbar.
Drag on the screen to create a bit switch.
When the switch is touched, the set address’ value will be changed to an action set by the user (bit on/off, bit invert, etc.)
Select [Part] – [Data Display] – [Numeric Display], or click the [Numeric Display icon] on the top toolbar.
Drag on the screen to create a numeric display
The numeric display reads the set address’ data, and displays the results in dec, or hex form.
Completed screen will be saved as a HMX Project.
If the screen is finished, you can run a simulation to check if your screen works as intended.
Select [Project] – [Simulation], or click [Simulation icon] on the top toolbar to check the result.
KB-001-1: Installing weMX HMI
KB-001-2: Making a Simple Screen
KB-001-3: Installing weMX Android
KB-001-4: Running in Android Devices (1)
KB-001-5: Running in Android Devices (2)
KB-001-6: Outputting Debugging Messages Through the Console
KB-001-7: Outputting Debugging Messages Through Simulation/Player
KB-001-8: Outputting Debugging Messages Through Android Studio