TcMenu is a full feature Menu system for the arduino platform that supports many display types and remote control via an API. Drivers are available for many common displays and network interfaces. The protocol is published, and there is a Java API.
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In this guide we cover code generation in more detail. Once a menu structure has been built it needs to be turned into code. To do this we use the code generator (menu: “Code -> Generate code”). Once selected a dialog similar to the one below will be presented. Code Generator dialog in tcMenu Designer At this point we need to define the devices that we plan to use, in terms of Board, EEPROM, Authentication, input, display, and any remote connectivity.
This touch screen input plugin supports both XPT2046 and FT6206 based touch screens. In order for this plugin to work correctly the right underlying library must be installed. These are described below: XPT2046 Paul Stoffregen XPT2046 library, best installed from library manager. FT6206 Adafruit_FT6206 library, best installed from library manager When using this touch plugin, the concept of touching and holding touches is handled by the unit itself, even managing “repeat key” is handled by the library, based on which mode it is in.
From TcMenu 2.0 onwards all display plugins except Uno are customized using themes and render using properties and grids. For these renderers you can override the way that they draw in several ways. Firstly, lets start with a discussion of what’s possible. Firstly, icons can be used in place of actionable items, they are setup on a per menu-item basis. The colors, padding, orientation, and font for a menu item are now customisable at three levels: Default, Sub-menu, Item.