Get Started with creating UIs on Nitrogen8 SBCs and SOMs {On-demand webinar}

August 19, 2020 Christine Yang

With the popularity of NXP’s i.MX 8M processors the need for SBCs, SOMs, displays, and accessories, to leverage the performance increases. Another important tool for development is software, which is why Boundary Devices ships their Nitrogen 6, 7, and 8 SBCs and SOMs pre-loaded with Qt to facilitate one of the more challenging aspects of embedded product development: The user interface. 

This webinar will show you step-by-step how to get started developing UIs with Qt on Boundary Devices hardware within minutes. You will learn some really cool things like how to 

- Overview of the Nitrogen8 family 

- Flash your device with latest Qt for Device Creation image 

- Setting up the device and flashing its eMMC 

- Showing the different features included in Qt (graphics, video, etc

- Installing the Qt Toolchain and setting up Qt Creator 

- Start developing and debugging your own application 

- How to build and upload application to target 

- How to do step-by-step debugging 


If you want to follow the instructions in the webinar, you will require 

- One of the Boundary Devices Nitrogen8 family device 

- Qt for Device Creation evaluation 



Gary Bisson, Software Team Lead, Boundary Devices 

Samuli Piippo, Principal Software Engineer, The Qt Company

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