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STM32 GUI builder options for MCUs and MPUs

STM32 GUI builder options for MCUs and MPUs

Can teams working with microcontrollers (MCU) and microprocessors (MPU) from STMicroelectronics find ways to save resources and optimize workflows?

While there are advantages to supporting a wide range of hardware types, many embedded GUI development teams find themselves struggling to port projects from one platform to another. Media assets, peripherals, power management, networking — all must be considered when planning out your product development roadmap.

We’ve partnered with ST as the high-end STM32 GUI builder for rich, sophisticated user experiences for STM32 devices (see the advantages here). On top of ST platform-specific runtimes that are optimized for performance, Storyboard applications are architected to separate the GUI from the backend, using a Lua-based messaging interface to manipulate data and work with events. Storyboard also includes:

To learn more about how Storyboard and STM32 MCU and MPU devices work together, including taking advantage of hardware-specific components such as the ChromART accelerator, visit this ST blog.

Interested in learning how to prevent STM32 GUIs from slowing down, freezing, or crashing? Sign up for our upcoming webinar with ST and Percepio!

Developing extraordinary UX on the STM32MP1 with performance analysis


Originally published: Mar 11, 2021 2:43:58 PM, updated 03/11/21

Roy Sarkar
Written by Roy Sarkar

Roy Sarkar is the Content Marketing & Documentation Manager at Crank Software, helping communicate the value of collaborative embedded UX tools to developers, designers, and other technical audiences. After years as a software developer, sales engineer, and technical writer, he decided the better approach was to write content about how people buy and use technology products. By building applications in defense, enterprise software, and game development over 15 years, Roy figured out one more thing: While new technology is always being released, it takes a writer to make it real.

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