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    a cost-effective high-performance TFT HMI

    I think that could be of interest to someone, if you've missed.

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    Senior Member PaulStoffregen's Avatar
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    Have you published the Arduino library to control your display?

    I looked at this tutorial, but I did not see any place to actually download the code.

    The last example code on that page is obviously wrong.

    #indluce nextion.h
    float getValue;
    int value;
    float oldvalue;
    Nextion bar(j0);
    Nextion percent(t0);
    Not only is "include" spelled incorrectly, but the file name not surrounded by quotes or angle brackets. Both would be a syntax error if actually compiled in Arduino!

    The 2 object instances are both of type "Nextion", and have parameters "j0" and "t0". Perhaps those are names defined in "nextion.h", but I suspect this is more syntactically incorrect code that has never actually been used in Arduino.

    I am interested to look at your project, but I really only wish to look at real, working example code. Tutorials with obvious errors do not inspire much confidence....

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    sorry Paul, but I am not the creator and are not affiliated, I just posted the link because I think it can be a good solution to match with the teensy.
    But it seems that even his campaign is not over, we will see when the product will be commercially thing really it offers.
    Last edited by TronicLabs; 05-03-2015 at 02:49 PM.

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    A teensy would be perfect for the Nextion displays.
    Memory, serial ports, io etc!

    Paul maybe it might be worth a look now?
    There is a lot of examples now.


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