Hi, I decided to learn how to create GUIs using TouchGFX and upon creating a project on TouchGFX, 2 questions popped up on my mind:
1 - There's no template for the H757i-Eval Board; what would be the right procedure? Is there still some sort of template that I could use?
2 - It's a Dual-Core Board, and as far I noticed, TouchGFX also has that Single-Core trend, just like you have when creating a RTOS (ThreadX) Project on CubeIDE, where you kind of have to select a Core for that Reat-Time part.
What would be the right procedure here?
I searched for the right approach when it comes to this board, but there's nothing on it. It seems like a got the wrong board.
Hello @nnoK ,
As you mentioned there's no TBS for the STM32H757I-EVAL board. So in your case, the right procedure would be to create a project from STM32CubeMX and then add the X-Cube-TouchGFX component to it that will allow you to design your app. We have a video on our Youtube channel that explains it very well, I invite you to have a look at it 😉
The fact that it's a double-core board is not a problem, we do have the STM32H747 and the STM32H745 boards TBS for example which are also double-core, so you can use them as a reference if you need to.
Tell me if you don't succeed in it, and I'll try to guide you more.
Osman recommended video tutorial is very informative.
do you want to use DSI LCD which is onboard ? or you want to use generic LCD with RGB interface ?
My tips ,, Divide the MX Project in 2 parts / steps .
1. Configuring the TFT of your desire interface and first play with some random colors.
2. Add the FreeRTOS & TouchGFX in your MX project.
TouchGFX folder will be added in your project , and you can have your first screen with touchgfx.
if you want to use DSI LCD , then I will recommend to generate example project for STM32F469i Discovery board for reference , since this board also have DSI LCD.
It will be good , if you struggle yourself . else I am also here for guidance.
I am able to setup any stm board for TouchGFX and qspi / ospi ..