The Viewer edition runs as a Linux and Windows native application to simulate an e-paper screen and manage touch. It shares the same fonts and application libraries with the Commercial edition.
It allows to develop the application software independently of the hardware. It is meant to be used with the Commercial edition.
Ensure the hardware and software configuration meets the requirements listed at the Used environment page.
The library is available as packages with source code and header files.
||Touch monochrome screens, global and fast update modes|
||DejaVu fonts on internal Flash memory|
||Terminal fonts on internal Flash memory|
||GUI with touch and haptic feed-back|
||Bar- and QR-code|
||BMP and header file on SD-card|
||Header file on serial console|
Launch the IDE.
Ensure the library is included.
- Edit the line and set the correct screen. The board can be ignored.
Screen_EPD_EXT3_Fast myScreen(eScreen_EPD_EXT3_271_09_Touch, boardNone);
Launch the build process.
Launch the executable.
The screen should display