I've been using Google Web Designer for my Senior project and have come up with certain hiccups. In the attached image, I've painted in the brackets and arrow to help guide you to my problems.
Here's some background: working on an HMI touchscreen with a Raspberry Pi 2. Many of the GPIO pins will be used to display information, the only thing is I don't know how to approach this. Hopefully with this one example I'll be able to implement it on other screens or "pages" as named in Google Web Designer(GWD).
Starting with the upper right brackets, these blue boxes are going to be constantly updating with new information as voltage and current change from a converter. How do I set up the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi 2 to display correct information in Google Web Designer?
Below that are status bubbles that toggle when something is true or not. How would I change the state of these? (These are also GPIO pins on the Pi)
And finally, the right-most bracket toggles different GPIOs initializing the start ups or shutdowns of the system. If I can get help from above I should be able to figure it out, but I want the buttons to have a "pressed" state when a user touches them.