LittlevGL is an open source project hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/littlevgl

The whole graphics library project consists of a few repostories:

  • lvgl the graphics library itself
  • lv_examples tutorials and example GUI applications
  • lv_boards ready to use project on various development boards and microcontrollers
  • lv_drivers drivers for common touch pad and display controllers
  • lv_utils image and font converter utilities
  • pc_simulator a cross platform simulator project to run LittlevGL on PC

There are several options for you to get started with LittlevGL

Documentation

Reading the documentation first is always a good idea. Don't affraid it takes only a little time to learn the basics.

You can start here with Porting or with an Introduction of the library.

Tutorial

There is a tutorial to show you the most important parts step-by-step.

It's located in the lv_examples repository: Tutorial

PC simulator

If you don't have an embedded hardware with a display yet you can try the library on PC. The PC simulator uses a window on your monitor to simulate a display and uses your mouse to click on that display.

The simulator is works on: Windows, Linux, and OSX as well.

Here you can learn how to set-up the simulator: PC simulator

Ask for help

Do you need professional support? Or need a GUI but don't have time to deal with it?

Check out the Services to turn your idea to reality.

Contribute

Use GitHub's issue tracker to

  • Report bugs
  • Suggest new features
  • Add new features

Share your LittevGL based application's GUI in lv_examples/lv_apps

Upload a ported LittlevGL to a development board or microcontroller to lv_boards.

LittlevGL - Open-source Embedded GUI Library

LittlevGL is a free and open-source graphics library providing everything you need to create embedded GUI with easy-to-use graphical elements, beautiful visual effects and low memory footprint.

If you like LittlevGL, please
support its deveopment!


The founder of Littlev Graphics Library (LittlevGL) and related software modules is:
Gábor Kiss-Vámosi
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