EasyGUI preview on STM32F7-Discovery

Last 2 months I was working hard to build a platform independent graphical user interface library for embedded systems. I called it EasyGUI because idea behind is very simple library with support for custom user based widgets with touch and keyboard support. So far I built these features:

  • Unlimited widgets (limited to RAM memory)
  • Support for widgets which support children widgets (windows, panels, etc)
  • Support for touch and keyboard events
    • Support for UTF-8 encode and decode functions
  • Support for custom widgets as all widget uses the same core functions
  • Support for fixed size or variable size (relative to parent)
  • Support for multitouch
  • Optimized drawing operations to draw only necessary parts of display
  • and more.

I will use this library and hardware as part of my master thesis project. I recorded simple video showing all the current features and widgets I have so far. Please watch video below and give feedbacks what do you think.

tilz0R

Owner of this site. Application engineer, currently employed by STMicroelectronics. Exploring latest technologies and owner of different libraries posted on Github.

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