How to import peripheral data into GUI design?

asked Oct 9, 2019 in GUI Development by ccw
Hi Embedded Wizard

I`m trying to develop STM32 F469 GUI applications using Embedded Wizard, I can display random data (built-in function) and draw graphs with no problem.

But I cannot find any document that could teach me to display UART data from another STM32 boards.

I want to know how to import and use data from I/O or serial ports (SPI/UART/I2C) and draw graphs?

Thanks a lot!

1 Answer

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answered Oct 9, 2019 by Tim Zierer

Hi there,


exactly for your case we do not have a document, but in general you can handle UART data like any other data from pheripherials. For that I would recommend to take a look into the 'Device Integration' example. Within this example you can see the basic concept how to forward data to an Embedded Wizard UI.

The first step would be to implement the routine to make the UART data from another board accessible via variable. 

Then you can forward these data like in the 'Device Integration'.


Best regards,




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