Graphical libraries for STM32


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Up to now there are a lot of graphical libraries for STM32.
The most popular are listed below.

Tutorial and extra doc are here.

 



STemWin

Thanks to a partnership with SEGGER Microcontroller GmbH, STM can provide the STemWin solution, based on SEGGER emWin one.

This library is a professional graphical stack library, enabling the building up of Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) with any STM32, any LCD/TFT display and any LCD/TFT controller, taking advantage of STM32 hardware accelerations whenever possible.

STemWin is provided under binary form to any STM32 customer, for free.

STemWin Library is a comprehensive solution coming with rich features such as JPG, GIF and PNG decoding, many widgets (checkboxes, buttons…) and a VNC server allowing to display remotely a local display, but also professional development tools such as GUIBuilder to create GUIS with simple drag and drop.

Key Features

  • Rich set of widgets (buttons, checkboxes, calendars, gauges, …)
  • Window and overlap manager
  • Full set of Development tools: GUIBuilder to create screens, Font converter, simulator, etc.
  • Free professional graphical stack library available in binary form
  • Memory-sparing features (memory pool, per band screen creation, refresh only changed portions, …)
  • Able to handle many kinds of displays with optimized mechanisms
  • Alpha blending, Antialiasing, Cursors
  • VNC server to display remotely the display via VNC protocol (based on TCP/IP)
  • Raw graphical renderer (Pixels, Shapes, Fonts, …)
  • Optimization using STM32 Chrome-ART HW accelerator to decrease the CPU load.

NOTE:

Now the STemWin library and documentation are inside the HAL Libraries.

For example, in the STM32F7 library there is a directory in which there is an extensive documentation about the SEGGER graphics libraries (STemWIN).
Download the HAL library, unpack it and look in the directory below.
C: \ ….. \ STM32Cube_FW_F7_V1.2.0 \ Middlewares \ ST \ STemWin

In the directory below, there is an example for the STM32F7-DISCOVERY, which uses Segger libraries .
All STM examples are refered to the SEGGER examples that are here.
Read the: readme.txt file that is located in:
C: \ ….. \ STM32Cube_FW_F7_V1.2.0 \ Projects \ STM32746G-Discovery \ Applications \ STemWin \ STemWin_HelloWorld
The main directory is this:
C: \ ….. \ STM32Cube_FW_F7_V1.2.0 \ Projects \ STM32746G-Discovery \ Applications \ STemWin

See also this demo: STemWIN – graphics demo for STM32F746G-DISCO and AC6

 

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Tutorial and extra docs

ATTENTION:
At the moment, the docs below shall be issued only to AVNET-SILICA customers.
If you are SILICA customer send me an email and ask me:
the doc/sw that you need and do not forgot to specify the Ref.Cod.
please specify also your Name, Surname, City, Country and your contact in SILICA.
If you are STM customer please contact directly your local office of STM.

  1. Ref.Cod.
    STM32 graphics training (Dec.2016 – STM Italy)
    In this training there is an example based on STM32F7-Discovery for STemWIN and AC6
    The SW tools to use are in this file (it’s not necessary a password for open it), please read the: ReadME.pdf enclosed in the compressed file.
  2. Ref.Cod.
    STM32F7-Discovery training (Nov.2015 – STM Italy)
    In this training there is an example concerning STemWIN (0701_STemWin, it is for IAR)
  3. Ref.Cod.
    Introduzione su come usare la grafica su STM32F7-Discovery
    + 17_Training_F7_STM_Milano
    (In Italian Language based on STemWIN by SEGGER)
  4. Ref.Cod.
    Introduction to STemWIN (09_Graphics.pdf
  5. Ref.Cod.
    STM32_Graphics_Training_0517_MI

 

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