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A

ARINC extensions : Extensions add optional features to existing widgets by adding an extension block to the widget in the definition file
ARINC661 : ARINC 661 is a standard which aims to normalize the definition of a Cockpit Display System (CDS), and the communication between the CDS and User Applications (UA) which manage Aircraft avionics functions
ARINC661 protocol : The ARINC 661 protocol specifies the content of the runtime Buffers sent between the ARINC 661 Client (UA) and the ARINC 661 Server (CDS)
Animation Widgets : Animation widgets allows to perform animations on one of several properties of widgets

C

CDS : A Cockpit Display System (or CDS), as defined in the ARINC 661 standard, is an ARINC 661 graphic Server
Client : A Stand−alone User Application engine wrapper
Client API : The Client API allows to create a generic User Application and use it to send Buffers to a CDS
Client API for MapItems : This article explains how to use the CLient API to send BufferOfMapItems
Client configuration properties : The Client configuration properties allows to specify the configuration of the Client at start
Clippings : The "clippings" element in the XML Graphics definition File regroup definition of clippings
Cockpit Plugin : The Cockpit Plugin allows to generate a SuperLayer from a SuperLayer Cockpit configuration in the Editor
Common configuration properties : The Common configuration properties are configuration properties used by both the Server and the Client
Configuration properties format : This articles present the two formats that can be used to set the Server or Client configuration properties
Connectors reference configuration : This article is about the Connector reference configuration file for the Server

D

Definition File : The GUI definition of the Cockpit Display System interface is defined in a binary file called Definition File (or DF) defining the structure of the graphical interface tree
Distribution : The distribution of the components of the J661 project is available on sourceforge at the following address: http://sourceforge.net/projects/j661

E

Editor : The Editor is a Definition File editor component provided in the project
Editor Embedded Server : It is possible open a Server and an associated Client in the context of the Editor
Editor configuration : This article is about the Editor configuration
EditorScript Plugin : The EditorScript Plugin allows to execute Scripts on the Editor using the Groovy scripting language
Extending : This article is about extending the components of the J661 project
Extensions : J661 extensions allow to extend the behavior of the Server or Client
Extensions manifest properties : This article explains how to define specific configuration properties for J661 extensions

F

FAQ : Frequently Asked Questions
Fonts : The "fonts" element in the XML Graphics definition File regroup definition of fonts They will be used for all widgets which uses a font index

G

Graphics definition : The graphics definition is an XML file which is defined in the properties file with the properties "graphics"

J

J661 UI framework : This article presents the graphical framework which can be used with the J661 Server
J661 extension : J661 extensions allow to extend the behavior of the Server or Client
JavaFX CSS format : This article explains how to use the JavaFX CSS format in the context of the J661 Server
JavaFX CSS properties types : This article explains a few useful CSS proerties type for the JavaFX CSS configuration
JavaFX Component structure : The JavaFX Component structure configuration allow to control how the JavaFX widgets StyleSets are applied on the widgets child Nodes
JavaFX Look and Feel : The JavaFX Look and Feel is configurable through a CSS configuration file, and is only available when using the JavaFX UI framework
JavaFX properties bindings : This article list the implementation−dependant bindings that have been defined on J661 on widgets properties

L

Layer : A Layer is the top−level container of Widgets in an ARINC 661 Definition File
License : License
List of ARINC661 useful MapItems : This article presents a list of ARINC661 useful MapItems and some of their Use Cases
List of ARINC661 useful extensions : This article presents a list of ARINC661 useful extensions and some of their Use Cases
List of ARINC661 useful widgets : This article presents a list of ARINC661 useful widgets and some of their Use Cases
Look Model Plugin : The Look Model Plugin provides several capabilities about the Look and Feel in the Editor
Look and Feel : The Server Look and Feel specifies the Look of the widgets
Look and Feel configuration : The Look and Feel configuration file specifies the cockpit configuration for a SuperLayer Window Manager

M

Map widgets : The concepts used by the ARINC 661 standard are close to those used in User interface markup languages
MapItems : A MapItem is a dynamic element that can be presented in a vertical or horizontal Map Widget

N

Network : The J661 project allows to specify the configutation of the Network which allows the UA (Client) and the CDS (Server) to communicate at runtime
Network configuration : The XML Network configuration file specifies the configuration of the Network for a Client / Server communication

O

Opening a cockpit configuration in the Server : This tutorial explains how to open and show a cockpit configuration in the server

P

Performance considerations : This article deals about performance considerations for the Server
Performance tools : This article is about the Server tools allowing to monitor the Server performance
Pictures definition : The pictures definition is an XML file which is defined in the properties file with the properties "pictures"
Plugin : Plugins allow to add functionalities to a Client, Server, or Editor
Plugins editor settings : This article presents the Plugins Editor Settings
Project architecture : This article presents the J661 project architecture
Protocol : A protocol is bound to an underlying Network which hold the characteristics of the "port" used for its communication

R

Record and replay a Scenario : This tutorial explains how to record and replay a scenario in the Editor Embedded Server
Renderer Styles configuration : The Renderer Styles XML configuration allows to specify different renderer implementations for StyleSets

S

Scenario Plugin : The Scenario Plugin allows to save or replay the communication between a User Applications and a Cockpit Display System
Server : The J661 project provides a standalone Cockpit Display System (ARINC 661 kernel or Server)
Server configuration properties : The Server configuration properties allows to specify the configuration of the Server at start
Server console : The Server console Window is a Window which is shown by default in addition with the Server Displays
StyleSets configuration : The Look and Feel XML StyleSets configuration allows to set names for widgets StyleSets
SuperLayer : The SuperLayer concept is a generalized method to define and manage Layers and Windows in a Cockpit
SuperLayer Window Manager : A SuperLayer Window Manager is a J661 Window Manager which implements the ARINC 661 notion of the SuperLayer
SuperLayer configuration : The SuperLayer Windowing XML configuration file specifies the cockpit configuration for a SuperLayer Window Manager
Symbol definition library : The Symbol Definition Library (or SDL) is a library of commands which can be used to create reusable symbols in a Definition File
Synth2 Look and Feel : The Synth2 Look and Feel is a Swing Look and Feel which can be configured through an XML file

U

UA : A User Application (or UA), as defined in the ARINC 661 standard, manage Aircraft avionics functions and communicates with a CDS
UACDS Interface : The UACDS Interface is a specification of the exchanges between a UA and a CDS, for a given Definition File
UACDS Plugin : The UACDS Plugin allows to edit UACDS Interfaces in the Editor
Using the Client : This tutorial explains how to use the Client

W

Who we are : Explains the status of the project, when and by whom it was created
Widgets : A Widget is a reusable graphic component defined in the ARINC 661 standard
Window Management : The ARINC 661 standard specifies the content of Layers, but does not specify how to manage Layers in Windows and Displays

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