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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Currently, 2.x releases are BETA, they are not ready for main-stream use yet. Our plan is to roll out 2.0 a bit more slowly, to ensure that everything is fully in order before the full release takes place. It will be along the lines of: TcMenu designer 2.0 will be released first, it is fully compatible with 1.7 in every way. This will be after a full BETA cycle. TcMenu library and plugins will be released a little after that to give people time to upgrade.
Requirements Requires tcMenu V2.0 or greater. Current support: ESP32 touch sensor hardware. Touch-pad sensor summary Touch-pad sensors check for button presses without an actual switch, instead the rely on a change in capacitance when the user touches an area (usually a small metal plate around the size of a finger. Given that this procedure is quite complex, it usually requires hardware support for such inputs, so it can only ever be supported when hardware allows.
Requires tcMenu V2.0 or greater. TcMenu resistive touch screen input plugin supports four wire resistive touch devices that are often fitted in front of color TFT displays. This plugin requires two ADC analog inputs, but note that all pins must be output capable. The connectors are often referred to as X+, X-, Y+ and Y-. In all cases X- and Y+ must be connected to ADC (analog input) capable pins.