B4R Question No Designer, how are TFT screens made? (Do you know GUIslice?)

Discussion in 'B4R Questions' started by rtek1000, Apr 11, 2019.

  1. rtek1000

    rtek1000 Active Member Licensed User

    Hello,

    I installed the B4R and noticed that there is no Designer, how are TFT screens made?

    I have found a project that is starting, and it promises to be very useful, maybe you can talk and join forces to make both projects better.

    [A lightweight GUI framework for embedded displays]
    https://github.com/ImpulseAdventure/GUIslice

    https://github.com/ImpulseAdventure/GUIslice/wiki

    guislice.jpg
     
  2. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    Not all microcontroller based projects use graphical interfaces, using TFT or other type of screens.
    It's up to the developer to implement the graphical interface. Also note that most microcontrollers have very limited memory.
    Whenever I need multiple "pages" in a microcontroller project I use Nextion based displays. They have a dedicated GUI designer and the "pages" are stored in the display itself. Comm with the microcontroller is then achieved by serial port.
     
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  3. rtek1000

    rtek1000 Active Member Licensed User

    Very expensive, TFT + SD card seems to be a good alternative.
     
  4. BillMeyer

    BillMeyer Active Member Licensed User

    Offset the expense against design time and coding on the other screens versus these Nextion screens and a different story starts to appear pertaining to expense.

    Just my 2 cents.
     
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