So I finally got the touch screen to work properly… this video shows the first GUI element that I created: the button. So first, when I reset the STM32 it starts the program showing a calibration screen, so I click in the 3 red balls for the STM32 Discover A Lot More
Stylish Super Mario Bros Clock.
Features: – cheap STM32 board – Arduino Uno 3.5″ TFT shield (ILI9327) – CID, OCR, CSD and status registers decoding – partition table and optional FAT filesystem parameters – CID unlock hack based on Richard Burton’s code: https://richard.burtons.org/2016/07/01/changing-the-cid-on-an-sd-card/ – Discover A Lot More
github: https://github.com/SL-RU/MakiseILI9341Test https://habrahabr.ru/post/325692/ MakiseGUI – library written on pure C. It implements primitives drawing methods, some drivers for displays and frameworks and full featured gui with many different Discover A Lot More
STM32 WIRING: LCD_A0 – RD PB10 LCD_A1 – WR PB0 // also analog touch YP LCD_A2 – RS PB1 // also analog touch XM LCD_A3 – CS PB11 LCD_A4 – RST PC15 // STM32 RESET or PC15 LCD_D2 – PA2 LCD_D3 – PA3 LCD_D4 – PA4 LCD_D5 – PA5 LCD_D6 – PA6 // also Discover A Lot More
This is my simple terminal emulator device which I constructed a few weeks ago mainly for debugging OpenELEC OS booting issues on Orange Pi PC SBC. I could just connect PC with terminal software but it wasn’t very convenient because my OPiPC is used Discover A Lot More
This library is for STM32 and is a firmware package which contains a collection of routines, data structures, and macros covering the main features of a graphic library and supporting a HID device to interact with the graphic objects (touchscreen, Discover A Lot More