M5ez, a complete interface builder system for the M5Stack as an Arduino library. Extremely easy to use.
bobolink last edited by
I really like M5ez so I gave it its own core. Justified it by saying that’s real MVC architecture! Real Computer Science stuff.
core 0 is the communications processor.
Uses the ESP-NOW protocol
on the 2.4 GHz radio
This process runs as a task created
on core 1
core 1 is the UI processor.
Maintains the M5Stack M5ez LCD menu
Runs Arduino setup() and loop()
Use RTOS semaphores when accessing the global vars to/from the local versions.
macle last edited by
Is there a chance to change font (or size) of ez.header ?
mawg last edited by
Looks great! Does it play well with PlatformIO ?
ajb2k3 last edited by
@Rop is M5EZ supporting the Stick C?
I have had a query from the Facebook group.
Rop last edited by
No it does not: it only works on the 3-Button M5Stack devices.
ajb2k3 last edited by
@rop Any intention of a stick version?
asalazaro last edited by
@brianr @rop Hey guys, thanks a lot for this very elegant solution, I´m using the ezMenu library in a program where I had installed Blynk working very well but everytime when I activated the ezMenu with mainmenu.run(); my Blynk app was very unstable, with the trick of ez.addEvent(run_Blynk) in the setup() function now is working very well, thanks for the help
hobo last edited by hobo
It is possible to use the face encoder for up, down and enter?
if yes, you have an example?
this will be great
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GSAL last edited by
It is great using the M5EZ!
But I want / need to give my Core a static IP address. Is there an easy way to alter the Wifi settings menu and add the option of adding static ip? Maybe In such a way it is stored in the preferences?
kilam last edited by
I wanted to know if there is a way to use faces keyboard in the menus (i.e. I have the calculator keyboard and instead of using the three buttons to go up and down and select, I want to use the keys on the face, for example for selecting first line I will type on the key '1' and so on).
and if it is possible, can you give me an example of code using it.