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Webinar: How to design rich UIs on resource-constrained platforms (feat. NXP i.MX RT1060)

May 8, 2019 9:05:00 AM

NXP and Crank Software are teaming up again for the second webinar in our 2-part series on embedded UI development for the industry's first crossover processor series - the i.MX RT Series.

How to build your next supercharged embedded UI on the i.MX RT1060 (live demo)

  • Thursday, May 23
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
  • Hosted by NXP and Crank Software
  • Register here

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Crank's upcoming release (ssssh!!) features Storyboard Lite, which has been designed specifically to support the convergence of low-power applications processors and high-performance microcontrollers, such as the RT Series. A memory footprint reduced version of Storyboard, Storyboard Lite enables the creation of highly responsive GUIs on resource-constrained (memory and flash limited) embedded target hardware platforms.

If you're looking to embrace growing consumer demand for enhanced user experience in smart, yet secure high-performance products, and support next generation IoT applications, then this webinar demonstration should definitely be on your calendar!


Nik Schultz, Field Application Engineer from Crank Software, and Shelby Unger, Software Product Marketer, NXP will dive into the possibilities now available with the i.MX RT Series and Storyboard Lite for those looking for high touch screen performance with real-time functionality, at an affordable price.

Above: Nik Schultz hosting a workshop for NXP customers on using Storyboard Lite for the RT 1060

NIK SCHULTZ HOSTING AN NXP TECH DAY WORKSHOP FOR CUSTOMERS USING STORYBOARD LITE FOR THE RT1060

We'll even be providing a quick and LIVE DEMO of using Storyboard Lite to build a washing machine touch screen optimized for graphics-enabled MCUs from scratch - beginning with a Photoshop import, to live testing on the RT1060 platform.

Register for the webinar now by clicking this link!

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Alecia O'Brien
Written by Alecia O'Brien

Alecia works on all things marketing and customer experience-related at Crank. With over 20 years working to help software companies elevate their brand awareness and lead generation efforts, she's laser-focused on helping more embedded engineers and UI designers fall in love with Crank Storyboard.

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