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Creating Advanced User Interfaces with STM32 Microcontrollers

Mike Hartmann - Soren Mikkelsen - STMicroelectronics - Watch Now - Currently watching: 0

In today's fast-paced and interactive world, it is necessary for technology to provide a simple and compelling experience to the end user.

Through advancements in graphics software frameworks and embedded technology and integration, this can be easily achieved with the STM32 microcontrollers. In this 2-hour hands-on workshop, you will be introduced to the STM32 Microcontrollers with advanced graphics technology. You will be introduced to graphics software frameworks and tools, and get hands-on experience using the STM32H7B3I-DK discovery kit with the latest STM32H7 microcontroller and the TouchGFX Designer tool.

Workshop Agenda:

  1. Advanced Graphics with STM32 Microcontrollers
  2. STM32 Graphics Software and Tools
  3. Hands-on: Quick Start with STM32H7B3I-DK Board
  4. STM32 Graphics Ecosystem and Support
  5. Hands-on: Custom Project Start with STM32 + TouchGFX

Note: The STM32H7B3I-DK board will be available at a discounted cost of $20.00 excluding shipping and handling fee to the first 100 registrants using a business email address. An email with a dedicated board link to Digi-Key Electronics website will be provided.

The materials for this workshop can be downloaded at:


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Score: 0 | 1 day ago | no reply yet

Hello, I enjoyed your presentation. I get the impression that TouchGFX will replace STemwin, but there was no comparison of the pros and cons of each. TouchGFX seems more suited to high end mobile applications and STemWin more towards the low end basic UI. When I tried TouchGFX, it seemed straightforward using the designer for Eval or Discovery boards. But I couldn’t find any clear documentation how to get started, or what the workflow is using Nucleo or custom boards connected to an SPI display. The CubeMX addon felt a bit clunky compared with the designer.

Score: 0 | 3 days ago | no reply yet

Hi, how can I get the STM32H7B3I-DK for the discounted rate of $20?