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meg

Cross-platform mobile application development framework

Installation

  1. Install ruby
  2. Run gem install bundler
  3. Run export PATH=$PATH:~/.gem/ruby/2.3.0/bin
  4. Run bundle install
  5. Run bin/meg

Usage Examples

Creating a new RESTful server:

$ ./bin/meg new myserver -t sinatra-server

Creating two RESTful server plugins:

$ ./bin/meg generate plugin Conference -t sinatra-service-plugin -a myserver/ acronym:string name:string city:string country:string venue:string start_date:datetime end_date:datetime
$ ./bin/meg generate plugin Speaker -t sinatra-service-plugin -a myserver/ name:string affiliation:string shortbio:string

Running the server:

$ cd myserver
$ bundle install
$ rake db:migrate
$ sqlite3 db/development.sqlite3

Populate with some data:

insert into conferences values (1, 'QtCon-BR', 'QtCon Brasil', 'São Paulo', 'Brasil', 'Espaco Fit', '2017-08-18 09:00:00', '2017-08-20 18:00:00');
insert into conferences values (2, 'Akademy', 'Akademy', 'Berlin', 'Germany', 'BCC', '2017-03-01 09:00:00', '2017-03-03 18:00:00');
insert into conferences values (3, 'Conf.KDE.in', 'Conf.KDE.in', 'Guwahati', 'India', 'IIT', '2017-03-10 09:00:00', '2017-03-12 18:00:00');
insert into speakers values (1, 'Our beloved Konqi', 'KDE', 'Konqi is awesome');
insert into speakers values (2, 'Dirk Gently', 'Adams', 'He is a holistic detective');

Run the server:

$ ruby myserver.rb

Creating a new Qt RESTful client:

$ ./bin/meg new MyApp -t restful-app

Creating two RESTful client plugins:

$ ./bin/meg generate plugin conferences -t restful-client-plugin -a myapp -i name -c university acronym:string name:string city:string venue:string start_date:datetime end_date:datetime
$ ./bin/meg generate plugin speakers -t restful-client-plugin -a myapp -i name -c microphone name:string affiliation:string shortbio:string

Build and run your Qt mobile application:

$ cd myapp
$ qmake myapp.pro
$ make
$ ./myapp

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