Climbing grades: a Kirigami example app


In the ever expanding catalog of applications based upon the Kirigami framework and design language, I’ve just published a small one, tough quite useful if you like me have the weird hobby of rock climbing πŸ™‚

It’s called Klimbgrades and it’s not much more than a conversion table between different grading systems for rock climbs (separed by lead and bouldering) used around the world.

At the moment the supported grade scales for lead are French, YDS, UIAA, British Tech and British Adjectival

the grades for Bouldering are Fontainebleu, Hueco and B Grade

You can grab it on Android from the Play Store, or build it from source for yourself either for your desktop or cross-compile it over Android.

From the screenshots you can see there is some amount of automatic adjustment between the mobile and desktop versions, both in terms of style and layout/functionality.

On Android:

On a Plasma Desktop:

4 thoughts on “Climbing grades: a Kirigami example app

  1. Saverio

    Hi Martin, how you deploy on android? I tried this cmake command with your source:

    cmake .. -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=/usr/share/ECM/toolchain/Android.cmake -DQTANDROID_EXPORTED_TARGET=klimbgrades -DANDROID_APK_DIR=../src/android/ -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=/Android/Qt5.8.0/5.8/android_armv7 -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/tmp/final -DECM_DIR=/usr/share

    but I got errors about missing KF5Config and KF5Kirigami2. The desktop version compiles fine!


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  4. Sadaharu

    IMO, it looks bad with the inconsistent unequal vertical and horizontal padding and text that is too close to the other spacey element. For something that claims to be a guide for UX, this is not good.

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