MCU developers, you can eliminate the need for external SDRAM by optimizing the use of internal RAM to simplify your design and reduce BOM cost. In this training series, NXP spotlights three partners with tools and software ideally suited to minimize memory footprint while delivering striking UIs in embedded application development.
Choose from the training options offered below to learn how to use internal RAM to simplify your design and reduce BOM cost.
On-demand 50 min English
Discover the power of LVGL — a free and versatile embedded GUI library — that lets you create stunning, smartphone-like user interfaces for resource-constrained microcontrollers. Even without support for external RAM, RTOS and GPU, you'll have all the tools you need to bring your vision to life. Get ready to revolutionize the way you create user interfaces for your projects.
On-demand 49 min English
Implementing enriched GUIs often requires external memories like flash and RAM. What techniques and solutions can be used to utilize only the available on-chip resources to reduce the hardware-layout, BOM and thus costs? In this webinar we'll show and explain how Embedded Wizard can support you with its lean and versatile architecture to realize a one-chip HMI solution based on NXP's i.MXRT1064 cross-over processor.
On-demand 1 hr English
In this session, we will look at how to create GUIs for memory-constrained NXP devices using the emWin graphics library and the AppWizard GUI Design tool from SEGGER. We will examine the biggest factors that determine how much memory a GUI needs and how to tweak them. A live demonstration will show how emWin and AppWizard (as well as SEGGER’s Embedded Studio IDE) work hand in hand to allow you to quickly create interactive GUIs that don’t break the (memory) bank.