Some examples of simple HTML5 controls, including additional files, to make the controls usable as visualization elements in the CODESYS visualization. Just like all the other already existing visualization elements.
Install HTML5 Control to use it as visual element:
Open CODESYS: Tools - Visual Element Repository
Within "Profile or Extension Selection" choose "HTML5 Controls"
Press Button "Install..." and navigate to the downloaded and unzipped example.
Select the .html5control.xml file and press "Open".
Now the element will be installed into your repository, and you can use it like any other visual element from the Visualization Toolbox.
Note: If one element won't be downloaded because of an error in the message category 'Visualization', try to accept its signature after opening a project where this element is used.
Message View -> Build (warnings) -> 'An issue with the signature of the element ...' -> click '...' -> Yes, trust this element
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A simple project, containing the so far existing HTML5 controls. The controls are configured, and their functionality can be seen online. Nevertheless, the controls are only for demonstration. Therefore, they use basic looks.
HTML5 Demo Button
This HTML5 demo button control is used to demonstrate how the input configuration can be used in a HTML5 control. When the input configuration is used in a HTML5 control than mouse events can be sent to IEC and the configured input actions OnMouseDown, OnMouseUp and OnMouseMove can be executed.
HTML5 Demo Combobox
This HTML5 demo combobox control is used to demonstrate how an IEC enumeration can be used in a combobox. This example demonstrates how to get a type information (getTypeDesc) from a variable. It demonstrates also how colors and fonts are transfered and how they can be used.
HTML5 Demo Image
This HTML5 demo image control is used to demonstrate how images can be used in a HTML5 control.
HTML5 Demo Table
This HTML5 demo table control is used to demonstrate how an IEC array can be displayed and used in a HTML5 control. The data is transfered in an optimized way. Only a specific range is transfered. This solution is possible also for bigger arrays with many rows. A cell in the table can be edited and the change can be transferred to IEC.
HTML5 Demo Table No Scroll Range
This HTML5 demo table control is used to demonstrate how an IEC array can be displayed and used in a HTML5 control. The complete array is transfered when a value in the array has changed. A cell in the table can be edited and the change can be transferred to IEC.
HTML5 Demo Textfield
This HTML5 demo textfield control is used to demonstrate how different types of IEC scalar values can be handled in both directions (read/write).
HTML5 Demo Donut Gauge
This HTML5 demonstrate how a htm5 element can be used with the d3 library. The changeable size of the frame area is passed directly by width and height. It consists of a display and a drag button.
HTML5 Demo Bar Gauge
This HTML5 demonstrate how a htm5 element can be used with the d3 library. The changeable size of the frame area is passed directly by width and height. It display an editable bar element.
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