TouchGFX on a custom made low cost board with the ILI9341 controller over SPI

4 thoughts on “TouchGFX on a custom made low cost board with the ILI9341 controller over SPI”

  1. I accidentally found this blog, since Agilent 8753A is my favourite Instrument as well, but I didn’t expect this! Man, You’re a geek H/(P)ero! Great job!

  2. Great Job….You are the Only in the world touching this topic, TouchGFX with SPI on simple Microcontroller(without LTDC).

    I want to use ILI9488 , 320X480 without Touch display. I already Running it with a library by lcdwiki.com . Its working fine with STM32F303CB controller. I able to display the text and pics to the 3.5″ screen.
    But that library has lack of Aesthetic look. I tried LVGL also, it says i have lack of RAM memory (No Luck).

    Could you please help me, in the integration part of TouchGFX with SPI dataTransfer where it is actually to be written??

    I dont need Touch, I just want to display the values from the variable running inside the functions with the screen of TouchGFX designed. Please help me in this regard, I spent so much time on this thing. You are the only Hop for me.

    Thank you very much.

  3. Great Job….You are the Only in the world touching this topic, TouchGFX with SPI on simple Microcontroller(without LTDC).

    I want to use ILI9488 , 320X480 without Touch display. I already Running it with a library by lcdwiki.com . Its working fine with STM32F303CB controller. I able to display the text and pics to the 3.5″ screen.
    But that library has lack of Aesthetic look. I tried LVGL also, it says i have lack of RAM memory (No Luck).

    Could you please help me, in the integration part of TouchGFX with SPI dataTransfer where it is actually to be written??

    I dont need Touch, I just want to display the values from the variable running inside the functions with the screen of TouchGFX designed. Please help me in this regard, I spent so much time on this thing. You are the only Hope for me.

    Thank you very much.

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