Best Way to Make a Simple PC Based GUI that Controls an STM32

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  • protocol

    Documentation of the Firmata protocol.

    I've heard of people using firmata or or or cbor ...

  • rpmsg-lite

    RPMsg implementation for small MCUs

    I've heard of people using firmata or or or cbor ...

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  • MessagePack

    MessagePack serializer implementation for Java /[Java]

    I've heard of people using firmata or or or cbor ...

  • electricui-embedded

    Add communications functionality to connect your hardware to a local user interface.

    It provides basic components (Buttons, Sliders, Switches) as well as visualisation components such as charts. It's got a simple serial protocol you can plug in, a tutorial for getting started with an STM32 and a more general embedded setup tutorial. It's a much more batteries included approach than building something from scratch.

  • Protobuf

    Protocol Buffers - Google's data interchange format

    There is a common factor in all the program I mentioned. Independent of the platform, programming language or communication bus they where all using Goolge Protobuf to serialize their messages.

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