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Nextion Touch Screen Display — Part 2

Nextion Touch Screen Display — Part 2

By Mike Holler    View In Digital Edition  

In the first article, we downloaded the Nextion IDE, built a couple screens with various objects, and tested it in simulation. For this installment, we’ll actually be loading software onto a real Nextion TFT display and interacting with a PIC16F1824 microcontroller programmed with ME Labs PBP3 BASIC software. Finally, it will be tested on a breadboard.


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