General Information about UI-Components
The UI of the QC Atlas is built using
List Views and
List Views can be reached by using the
Navigation Bar on the left side of the UI.
List Views like the
Execution Environments can contain more
Navigation Bar items that contain more
List Views have a
Arrow Symbol and can be extended by a simple click.
List Views contain
Data-Tables which are responsible for displaying all available objects of a certain type. For every different object type there is a separate
List View. The user can use the controls of the tables to filter, sort and browse existing objects of a certain type.
- To filter the displayed objects, the user can use the
Search Fieldto filter objects by their names, titles or other criteria.
- To sort the displayed objects, the user can click on the header of a certain column. A
Arrow Symbolwill appear that will indicate how the data is currently sorted (ASC/DESC).
- To browse the objects, the user can switch and configure the pages of the
Data Tableby using the
Pagination Controlswhich are located at the footer of the table. The user can either change the amount of displayed elements per page or change pages.
Note that all of these functionalities are optional and may not be available in every
Data Table can also contain more means to manipulate the data:
Reference/Link Buttonmay be at the top of the
Data Table, allowing the users to add new elements to the
- In the
Actions Columnof the
Data Tablemore buttons may be located allowing the user to
Delete/Dereferenceexisting objects and remove them from the
- The first column of the
Data Tablemay contain check-boxes which allow the user to select one or more elements of the current page of the
Data Tableto perform specific actions on multiple elements. One example would the the ability to
Dereferencemultiple elements at once.
In some cases, the elements of a
Data Table are also click-able. Then, the
Mouse Cursor will change to a
Pointer. If some element is clicked, the user will be redirected to that element's
As mentioned before, any
Object View can be opened by clicking on any element of a
List View. In the
Header of any
Object View, it's
Name is displayed, as well as it's optional
In addition, the
Header may also contain information about any
Revisionof an object.
All other information about the object is located in the
Body of the
Object View. The information is distributed across multiple
General Tab usually contains the most basic information about the object. Other information is distributed across the other
Tabs, which can differ from
Object View to
Object View is not only used to display information about an object. It is also used to:
Updateall kinds of information of that object
- And more...
QC Atlas supports the use of revisions which are a sort of versions or snapshots of an object.
When an object is saved, a revision is created automatically. This allows to browse and access older object data.
When a revision is selected, the data is automatically loaded into the property fields of the
General Tab and can then be viewed or edited.
Saving these properties will result in creating a new revision, which will be the latest version of the object.
Currently, the creation of revisions is supported for algorithms as well as implementations and only includes basic properties available in the