I downloaded SLS 4 days ago. I have played with it for a few hours. I have a DIY project I am working on. It uses a STM32 part and has 3 pages with 10 widgets. I spent a lot of time using TouchGFX for STM32 and like how easy it is to use. However, they do not have a project board that matches my LCD and CPU. As an interim resolution i am using a Nextion display. Nobody comes close to their UI for features and usability. I’m not sure SLS can duplicate the functions of TouchGFX or Nextion software. If it can, I have been unable to figure out how to do so.
I would like to see a couple of videos showing how to use SLS with any STM32 CPU, or any generic CPU. I watched the Tesla video but there are no buttons with that example. As an example video, show 2 screens with a button on each screen. Clicking button on screen 1 will take you to screen 2 and generate a C function that can be used in STM32 code. Clicking button on screen 2 will take you back to screen 1 and also generate a C function. The video should also show how to call the code from STM32 that will start up screen 1 on power up.
Finally, I need to work on my hardware for a couple of weeks before worrying about the UI for the touch screen. I have 26 days left for the trial period. If I un-install SLS and re-install it next month, will it still have 26 days left? If not, it is not a big deal as I only plan to use the free Personal version for my project.
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