Using InduSoft Web Studio to Create HTML5 SCADA/HMI Graphics


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Coming soon in InduSoft Web Studio 7.1 + SP2, InduSoft will be launching an improved Studio Mobile Access (SMA) Web Thin Client, which will allow users to create mobile SCADA/HMI applications with fully functional screens, using HTML 5.

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  • Using InduSoft Web Studio to Create HTML5 SCADA/HMI Graphics

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    2. 2. Introduction Benefits HTML5 Installation Walkthrough Q&A
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    4. 4. VP of Engineering @ InduSoft I have been working for InduSoft in Austin since 2002. I currently manage the InduSoft worldwide development team.
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    6. 6. Rich user experience PC applications do not work well on Mobile Devices. Creating solutions for mobile devices that are exactly the same as their PC counterparts usually causes disappointment and frustration. A mobile device solution has to understand the mobile device requirements and provide functionality suitable for technologies such as multi-touch, the lack of mouse and keyboard, etc. Platform Agnostic You do not have a complete solution unless it works across the major operating systems, i.e., iOS, Android, and Windows. While the PC world is still dominated by Microsoft, Mobile devices offer a completely different challenge. Your solution must be ready for this challenge. Cost / Benefit To have a solution consistent across different platforms and situated for the devices you are using is great. But if the effort to implement the solution is too high it defeats the entire purpose. A Mobile ready solution should make these differences transparent and require as little effort as possible.
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    9. 9. 1993: Mosaic Even though not the first browser in history, the Mosaic was the first easy to use and multi- platform browser. It was also the first browser to display images inline with document’s text. 1994: Netscape By 1996 Netscape had 86% of the browser market. First browser to introduce JavaScript and SSL.
    10. 10. 1995: Internet Explorer Microsoft includes the browser in the Windows 95 operating system and by 2002 takes 95% market share. 2003-2004: Safari and Firefox Internet Explorer still dominates the market, but Safari and Firefox now offer real competition. Firefox has 19% Market Share.
    11. 11. 2008: Chrome is launched Google launches the Chrome browser. By 2011 Chrome had over 17% market share.
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    14. 14. 2007: iPhone iPhone changes the game and Desktop is no longer the only way to access the internet. According to International Data Corporation, by 2015 mobile devices will take over Desktop as the preferred way to access internet. 2008: Android Phone Google launches the Android phone
    15. 15. 2010: Tablets iPad offers a new way of interacting with computers. At an accessible price it becomes a threat for the PC. Android tablets do not take long to appear and are released in the same year. 2012: Windows 8 Microsoft launches Windows 8 and try to gain space on the tablet market.
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    17. 17. AnyDeviceAnyBrowserAnyPlatform Windows Android iOS IE Chrome Safari Desktops Notebooks Tablets Phones SMA Studio Mobile Access
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