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CHANGELOG.md

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+# Oboo Clock Base
+
+# 0.0.8
+
+* `0.0.8-5`
+  * Reorganized code base
+* `0.0.8-4`
+  * Software update process now writes a notification to the screen when checking for updates
+* `0.0.8-3`
+  * Stability fixes for card manager
+  * Wifi status icon will appear more often - independent of card manager process
+* `0.0.8-2`
+  * Software updates now use new updateConfig JS program to generate oboo config file
+    * No longer installing config.json
+  * Updated wifi hotplug script to denote wifi with the existence of a /tmp file
+    * Also added a script that checks iwconfig for wifi connectivity
+* `0.0.8-1`
+  * Added calendar card enable/disable to config file
+  * Update script now attempts to take maker edition models into account
+
+# Oboo Cards
+
+## 0.2.7
+
+* `0.2.7-8`
+  * Addition of updateConfig JS program that writes a config file that takes required fields into account but also maintains the existing config file
+* `0.2.7-7`
+  * Addition of Calendar Card
+* `0.2.7-6`
+  * When a card is found to be invalid by the Card Manager, the card process will exit 
+    * Mechanism: message on `/cardResponse` topic is received that mentions updating an element failed because `cardId` is invalid
+    * Weather, Music, and Timer cards updated
+* `0.2.7-5`
+  * Implemented enabling/disabling cards
+
+# Card Manager
+
+## 0.2.7
+
+* `0.2.7-1`
+  * Now supports creation and update of calendar elements
+
+## 0.2.6
+
+* `0.2.6-2`
+  * Fix for bug where updating an element on a card that does not exist crashes the program
+    * Will now continue running and will publish a message to `/cardResponse` topic alerting the card program

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LICENSE

@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
                     GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
                        Version 3, 29 June 2007
 
- Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <https://fsf.org/>
+ Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <http://fsf.org/>
  Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies
  of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
 
@@ -645,7 +645,7 @@ the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.
     GNU General Public License for more details.
 
     You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-    along with this program.  If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+    along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
 
 Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
 
@@ -664,11 +664,11 @@ might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".
   You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
 if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
 For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see
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+<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
 
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+<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>.

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 # Oboo-Packages
-Packages Feed for Oboo Smart Clock
+Packages Feed for Oboo

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+# Copyright (C) 2018 Onion Corporation
+#
+#
+# This is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License v2.
+# See /LICENSE for more information.
+#
+
+include $(TOPDIR)/rules.mk
+PKG_NAME:=oboo-clock-card-manager
+PKG_VERSION:=0.2.8
+PKG_RELEASE:=1
+
+
+PKG_BUILD_DIR:=$(BUILD_DIR)/$(PKG_NAME)
+
+include $(INCLUDE_DIR)/package.mk
+
+
+# application package
+define Package/oboo-clock-card-manager
+	SECTION:=onion
+	CATEGORY:=Onion
+	SUBMENU:=Oboo
+	TITLE:=Oboo card manager and GUI framework
+	DEPENDS:=+libmosquitto-ssl +mosquitto-ssl +mosquitto-client-ssl
+endef
+
+define Package/oboo-clock-card-manager/description
+Oboo card manager and GUI framework
+endef
+
+define Build/Prepare
+	mkdir -p $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/
+	$(CP) ./src/* $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/
+endef
+
+TARGET_CFLAGS += -I$(STAGING_DIR)/usr/include
+TARGET_LDFLAGS += -L$(STAGING_DIR)/usr/lib
+
+define Build/Compile
+	$(MAKE) -C $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/ \
+	CC="$(TARGET_CC)" \
+	CFLAGS="$(TARGET_CFLAGS)" \
+	LDFLAGS="$(TARGET_LDFLAGS)"
+endef
+
+define Package/oboo-clock-card-manager/install
+	$(INSTALL_DIR) $(1)/usr/bin $(1)/etc/init.d
+	# install the binary
+	$(INSTALL_BIN) $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/bin/card-manager $(1)/usr/bin/
+	# install the init.d script
+	$(INSTALL_BIN) $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/device/etc/init.d/card-manager $(1)/etc/init.d/card-manager
+	# install scripts
+	$(INSTALL_BIN) $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/test/cards/status.sh $(1)/usr/bin/
+	$(INSTALL_BIN) $(PKG_BUILD_DIR)/test/cards/select.sh $(1)/usr/bin/
+endef
+
+$(eval $(call BuildPackage,$(PKG_NAME)))

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+*.o
+bin/
+.built 
+.configured_yyyynnnynn 
+.prepared 
+.quilt_checked 
+.source_dir 
+ipkg-mipsel_24kc/

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+# Oboo-Clock-Card-Manager
+Display and Card manager for the Oboo Clock running on the Omega2
+
+# Notifications
+
+Display Manager listens to `/notification` topic.
+
+## Setting a Notification
+
+To set a notification, send a message to `/notification` with the following syntax:
+
+```
+{
+  "cmd": "set",
+  "text": "<NOTIFICATION TEXT>",
+  "size": <FONT SIZE>       // OPTIONAL: default is 20
+}
+```
+
+## Clearing a Notification
+
+To clear a notification, send a message to `/notification` like the following:
+
+```
+{
+  "cmd": "clear"
+}
+```
+
+# Status Icons
+
+Display manager listens to the `/status` topic
+
+## Setting a Status Icon
+
+To configure a status icon, publish a message to `/status` like the following:
+
+```
+{ 
+  "cmd":"update", 
+  "elements": [ 
+    { 
+      "type": "<STATUS TYPE>",    // string
+      "value": <STATUS VALUE>     // integer representing the status 
+    } 
+  ] 
+}
+```
+
+## Available Status Icons
+
+On and off icons, can be set to `0` for off, or `1` for on:
+
+* `wifi`
+* `bluetooth`
+* `alarm`
+
+Range icons:
+
+* `battery`
+  * Accepts range from `0` (empty battery) to `4` (full battery)
+
+

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+#ifndef OBOO_CARD_MANAGER_CONFIG_H
+#define OBOO_CARD_MANAGER_CONFIG_H
+
+
+#define OB_TOP_BAR_RES              24
+#define OB_SPLASH_SCREEN_ENABLED    1
+
+#define OB_PC_SIMULATOR             0
+#define USE_OB_THEME_OBOO           1       /*Oboo Smart Clock Theme*/
+
+/*Card view (dependencies: lv_page, lv_btnm)*/
+#define USE_OB_CARDVIEW      1
+#if USE_OB_CARDVIEW != 0
+#define OB_CARDVIEW_ANIM_TIME    150     /*Time of slide animation [ms] (0: no animation)*/
+#endif
+
+/*Calendar element default size */
+#define OB_CAL_DEFAULT_WIDTH    230
+#define OB_CAL_DEFAULT_HEIGHT   240
+
+/*Status bar*/
+#define USE_OB_STATUSBAR     1
+
+/*MQ settings*/
+#define MQ_HOST                     "localhost"
+#define MQ_HOST_PORT                1883
+
+#define MQ_CARD_TOPIC		    "/card"
+#define MQ_STATUS_TOPIC	        "/status"
+#define MQ_CARD_RESPONSE_TOPIC	"/cardResponse"
+#define MQ_NOTIFICATION_TOPIC	"/notification"
+
+/*General*/
+#define MAX_CHAR_LEN        256
+
+
+#endif  // OBOO_CARD_MANAGER_CONFIG_H

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+#!/bin/sh /etc/rc.common
+# Copyright (C) 2017 Onion Corporation
+START=90
+
+USE_PROCD=1
+
+BIN="/usr/bin/card-manager"
+
+start_service() {
+        procd_open_instance
+        procd_set_param command $BIN
+        procd_set_param respawn
+        procd_set_param stdout 1 # forward stdout of the command to logd
+        procd_set_param stderr 1 # same for stderr
+        procd_close_instance
+}

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+# Explanation
+
+These javascript files only hold human-readable (and editable) javascript functions
+
+Use `sh toSingleLine.sh <js file>` to convert js code to a single line and insert into C Duktape
+

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card-manager/src/js/calendar.json

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+{
+    "cmd":"new_card",
+    "bg_color": 13,
+    "responseTopic": "/card_new1",
+    "elements": [
+        {
+            "id": 0,
+            "type": "calendar",
+            "position": {
+                "x": 60,
+                "y": 70
+            },
+            "size": 3,
+            "value": "hello",
+            "date": {
+              "year": 2019,
+              "month": 6,
+              "day": 30
+            }
+        }
+    ]
+}

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card-manager/src/js/newCard.js

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+function newCard(msg) { \
+    print ('new_card command received');\
+    if (msg.bg_color != null && msg.elements && Array.isArray(msg.elements) && msg.responseTopic) {\
+        print('lets make a new card');\
+        var cardId = createCard(msg.bg_color);\
+        print('elements array has length of ' + msg.elements.length);\
+        for (var i = 0; i < msg.elements.length; i++) {\
+            print('element ' + i + ': ' + msg.elements[i].type + msg.elements[i].position.x + msg.elements[i].position.y + msg.elements[i].size + msg.elements[i].value);\
+            if (msg.elements[i].id != null && msg.elements[i].type != null && msg.elements[i].value != null && msg.elements[i].type != 'calendar') {\
+                createElement(  cardId, \
+                                msg.elements[i].type, \
+                                msg.elements[i].position.x || 0, \
+                                msg.elements[i].position.y || 0,\
+                                msg.elements[i].size || 0,\
+                                msg.elements[i].value\
+                            );\
+            }else{/*calendar*/\
+                  createCalendar(  cardId, \
+                                  msg.elements[i].type, \
+                                  msg.elements[i].position.x || 0, \
+                                  msg.elements[i].position.y || 0,\
+                                  msg.elements[i].size || 0,\
+                                  msg.elements[i].date.year || 1970,\
+                                  msg.elements[i].date.month || 1,\
+                                  msg.elements[i].date.day || 1,\
+                                  msg.elements[i].position.align || 'left',\
+	                                msg.elements[i].id\
+                              );\
+            }\
+        }\
+        publish('/cardResponse', {\
+          cardId: cardId,\
+          attention: msg.responseTopic,\
+          action: 'create',\
+          success: true\
+        });\
+	      selectCard('last');\
+    }\
+}

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card-manager/src/js/newCardExample.json

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+{
+    "cmd":"new_card",
+    "bg_color": 13,
+    "responseTopic": "/card_new1",
+    "elements": [
+        {
+            "id": 0,
+            "type": "text",
+            "position": {
+                "x": 60,
+                "y": 70
+            },
+            "size": 3,
+            "value": "hello"
+        }
+    ]
+}

+ 48 - 0
card-manager/src/js/parseMsg.js

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+function parseMsg(topic, msg) {\
+    print ('parseMsg running');\
+    switch (topic) {\
+        case '/card':\
+            switch (msg.cmd) {\
+                case 'new_card':\
+                    newCard(msg);\
+                    break;\
+                case 'update_card':\
+                    updateCard(msg);\
+                    break;\
+                case 'select_card':\
+                    print ('select_card command received');\
+                    if (msg.action != null) {\
+                        selectCard(msg.action);\
+                    }\
+                    break;\
+                default:\
+                    print ('no cmd specified!');\
+                    break;\
+            }\
+            break;\
+        case '/status':\
+            switch (msg.cmd) {\
+                case 'update':\
+                    print ('update command received');\
+                    if (msg.elements && Array.isArray(msg.elements)) {\
+                        for (var i = 0; i < msg.elements.length; i++) {\
+                            if (msg.elements[i].type != null && msg.elements[i].value != null) {\
+                                print('element ' + i + ': ' + msg.elements[i].type + ' ' + msg.elements[i].value);\
+                                if (typeof msg.elements[i].value === 'number') {\
+                                    print('value is a number!');\
+                                    setStatus(msg.elements[i].type, msg.elements[i].value);\
+                                }\
+                            }\
+                        }\
+                    }\
+                    break;\
+                default:\
+                    print ('no cmd specified!');\
+                    break;\
+            }\
+            break;\
+        default:\
+            print ('topic not recognized specified!');\
+            break;\
+    }\
+}

+ 12 - 0
card-manager/src/js/toSingleLine.sh

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+#! /bin/sh
+
+## script to convert javascript files to single line strings for use with C duktape
+
+file="$1"
+if [ "$file" == "" ]; then
+        echo "Error: need file path"
+        exit
+fi
+
+cat $file | tr -s '\t' ' ' | tr -d '\n'
+echo ""

+ 22 - 0
card-manager/src/js/updateCard.js

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+function updateCard(msg) { \
+    print ('update_card command received');\
+    if (msg.id !== null && msg.elements && Array.isArray(msg.elements)) {\
+        print('card ' + msg.id + ': elements array has length of ' + msg.elements.length);\
+        for (var i = 0; i < msg.elements.length; i++) {\
+            print('element ' + i + ' being updated to ' + msg.elements[i].value);\
+            if (msg.elements[i].id !== null && msg.elements[i].value !== null && msg.elements[i].type !== 'calendar') {\
+                updateElement(  msg.id,\
+                                msg.elements[i].id,\
+                                msg.elements[i].value\
+                            );\
+            }else{\
+                updateCalendar( msg.id,\
+                                msg.elements[i].id,\
+                                msg.elements[i].date.year || 1970,\
+                                msg.elements[i].date.month || 1,\
+                                msg.elements[i].date.day || 1\
+                            );\
+            }\
+        }\
+    }\
+}

+ 252 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_conf.h

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+/**
+ * @file lv_conf.h
+ * 
+ */
+
+
+#ifndef LV_CONF_H
+#define LV_CONF_H
+
+/*----------------
+ * Dynamic memory
+ *----------------*/
+/*
+ * Memory size which will be used by the library
+ * to store the graphical objects and other data
+ */
+#define LV_MEM_CUSTOM      0                /*1: use custom malloc/free, 0: use the built-in lv_mem_alloc/lv_mem_free*/
+#if LV_MEM_CUSTOM == 0
+#define LV_MEM_SIZE    (32U * 1024U)        /*Size memory used by mem_alloc (in bytes)*/
+#define LV_MEM_ATTR                         /*Complier prefix for big array declaration*/
+#define LV_MEM_AUTO_DEFRAG  1               /*Automatically defrag on free*/
+#else       /*LV_MEM_CUSTOM*/
+#define LV_MEM_CUSTOM_INCLUDE <stdlib.h>   /*Header for the dynamic memory function*/
+#define LV_MEM_CUSTOM_ALLOC   malloc       /*Wrapper to malloc*/
+#define LV_MEM_CUSTOM_FREE    free         /*Wrapper to free*/
+#endif     /*LV_MEM_CUSTOM*/
+
+/*===================
+   Graphical settings
+ *=====================*/
+/* Horizontal and vertical resolution of the library.*/
+#define LV_HOR_RES          (240)
+#define LV_VER_RES          (320)
+#define LV_DPI              50
+
+/* Size of VDB (Virtual Display Buffer: the internal graphics buffer).
+ * Required for buffered drawing, opacity and anti-aliasing
+ * VDB makes the double buffering, you don't need to deal with it!
+ * Typical size: ~1/10 screen */
+// onion.io : TODO: try a VDB that is the size of the entire screen/half the screen
+#define LV_VDB_SIZE         (150 * 1024)  /*Size of VDB in pixel count (1/10 screen size is good for first)*/
+#define LV_VDB_ADR          0                  /*Place VDB to a specific address (e.g. in external RAM) (0: allocate automatically into RAM)*/
+
+/* Use two Virtual Display buffers (VDB) parallelize rendering and flushing (optional)
+ * The flushing should use DMA to write the frame buffer in the background*/
+#define LV_VDB_DOUBLE       0       /*1: Enable the use of 2 VDBs*/
+#define LV_VDB2_ADR         0       /*kisvegabor@gmail.com: Set to 0 because `fbdev_flush` doesn't supports it*/ /*Place VDB2 to a specific address (e.g. in external RAM) (0: allocate automatically into RAM)*/
+
+/* Enable anti-aliasing (lines, and radiuses will be smoothed) */
+#define LV_ANTIALIAS        1       /*kisvegabor@gmail.com: enabled because it's very fast sience v5.1 */ /*1: Enable anti-aliasing*/
+
+
+/*Screen refresh settings*/
+#define LV_REFR_PERIOD      50    /*Screen refresh period in milliseconds*/
+#define LV_INV_FIFO_SIZE    32    /*The average count of objects on a screen */
+
+
+/*=================
+   Misc. setting
+ *=================*/
+
+/*Input device settings*/
+#define LV_INDEV_READ_PERIOD            50                     /*Input device read period in milliseconds*/
+#define LV_INDEV_POINT_MARKER           0                      /*Mark the pressed points*/
+#define LV_INDEV_DRAG_LIMIT             10                     /*Drag threshold in pixels */
+#define LV_INDEV_DRAG_THROW             20                     /*Drag throw slow-down in [%]. Greater value means faster slow-down */
+#define LV_INDEV_LONG_PRESS_TIME        400                    /*Long press time in milliseconds*/
+#define LV_INDEV_LONG_PRESS_REP_TIME    100                    /*Repeated trigger period in long press [ms] */
+
+/*Color settings*/
+#define LV_COLOR_DEPTH     16                     /*Color depth: 1/8/16/24*/
+// #define LV_COLOR_TRANSP    LV_COLOR_MAKE(0xFF,0x00,0xFF)          /*Images pixels with this color will not be drawn (chroma keying)*/
+//#define LV_COLOR_TRANSP    LV_COLOR_WHITE          /*Images pixels with this color will not be drawn (chroma keying)*/
+#define LV_COLOR_TRANSP    LV_COLOR_BLACK          /*Images pixels with this color will not be drawn (chroma keying)*/
+
+/*Text settings*/
+#define LV_TXT_UTF8             1                /*Enable UTF-8 coded Unicode character usage */
+#define LV_TXT_BREAK_CHARS     " ,.;:-_"         /*Can break texts on these chars*/
+
+/*Graphics feature usage*/
+#define USE_LV_ANIMATION        1               /*1: Enable all animations*/
+#define USE_LV_SHADOW           0               /*1: Enable shadows*/
+#define USE_LV_GROUP            1               /*1: Enable object groups (for keyboards)*/
+#define USE_LV_GPU              0               /*1: Enable GPU interface*/
+#define USE_LV_FILESYSTEM       1               /*1: Enable file system (required by images*/
+
+/*Compiler attributes*/
+#define LV_ATTRIBUTE_TICK_INC                 /* Define a custom attribute to tick increment function */
+#define LV_ATTRIBUTE_TASK_HANDLER             /* Define a custom attribute to task handler function */
+#define LV_COMPILER_VLA_SUPPORTED		0
+
+/*================
+ *  THEME USAGE
+ *================*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_TEMPL      0       /*Just for test*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_DEFAULT    0       /*Built mainly from the built-in styles. Consumes very few RAM*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_ALIEN      0       /*Dark futuristic theme*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_NIGHT      0       /*Dark elegant theme*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_MONO       0       /*Mono color theme for monochrome displays*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_MATERIAL   0       /*Flat theme with bold colors and light shadows*/
+#define USE_LV_THEME_ZEN        0       /*Peaceful, mainly light theme */
+/*==================
+ *    FONT USAGE
+ *===================*/
+
+/* More info about fonts: https://littlevgl.com/basics#fonts
+ * To enable a built-in font use 1,2,4 or 8 values
+ * which will determine the bit-per-pixel */
+#define LV_FONT_DEFAULT        &lv_font_dejavu_20     /*Always set a default font from the built-in fonts*/
+
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_10              4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_10_LATIN_SUP    4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_10_CYRILLIC     0
+#define USE_LV_FONT_SYMBOL_10              4
+
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_20              4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_20_LATIN_SUP    4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_20_CYRILLIC     0
+#define USE_LV_FONT_SYMBOL_20              4
+
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_30              4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_30_LATIN_SUP    4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_30_CYRILLIC     0
+#define USE_LV_FONT_SYMBOL_30              4
+
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_40              4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_40_LATIN_SUP    4
+#define USE_LV_FONT_DEJAVU_40_CYRILLIC     0
+#define USE_LV_FONT_SYMBOL_40              4
+
+/*===================
+ *  LV_OBJ SETTINGS
+ *==================*/
+#define LV_OBJ_FREE_NUM_TYPE    uint32_t    /*Type of free number attribute (comment out disable free number)*/
+#define LV_OBJ_FREE_PTR         1           /*Enable the free pointer attribute*/
+
+/*==================
+ *  LV OBJ X USAGE 
+ *================*/
+/*
+ * Documentation of the object types: https://littlevgl.com/object-types
+ */
+
+/*****************
+ * Simple object
+ *****************/
+
+/*Label (dependencies: -*/
+#define USE_LV_LABEL    1
+#if USE_LV_LABEL != 0
+#define LV_LABEL_SCROLL_SPEED       25     /*Hor, or ver. scroll speed (px/sec) in 'LV_LABEL_LONG_SCROLL/ROLL' mode*/
+#endif
+
+/*Image (dependencies: lv_label, lv_filesystem*/
+#define USE_LV_IMG      1
+
+/*Line (dependencies: -*/
+#define USE_LV_LINE     1
+
+/*******************
+ * Container objects
+ *******************/
+
+/*Container (dependencies: -*/
+#define USE_LV_CONT     1
+
+/*Page (dependencies: lv_cont)*/
+#define USE_LV_PAGE     1
+
+/*Window (dependencies: lv_btn, lv_label, lv_img, lv_page)*/
+#define USE_LV_WIN      0
+
+/*Tab view (dependencies: lv_page, lv_btnm)*/
+#define USE_LV_TABVIEW      0
+#if USE_LV_TABVIEW != 0
+#define LV_TABVIEW_ANIM_TIME    100     /*Time of slide animation [ms] (0: no animation)*/
+#endif
+
+/*************************
+ * Data visualizer objects
+ *************************/
+
+/*Bar (dependencies: -)*/
+#define USE_LV_BAR      1
+
+/*Line meter (dependencies: - )*/
+#define USE_LV_LMETER   0
+
+/*Gauge (dependencies:bar, lmeter)*/
+#define USE_LV_GAUGE    0
+
+/*Chart (dependencies: -)*/
+#define USE_LV_CHART    0
+
+/*LED (dependencies: -)*/
+#define USE_LV_LED      0
+
+/*Message box (dependencies: lv_cont, lv_btnm, lv_label)*/
+#define USE_LV_MBOX     1
+
+/*Text area (dependencies: lv_label, lv_page)*/
+#define USE_LV_TA       0
+#if USE_LV_TA != 0
+#define LV_TA_CURSOR_BLINK_TIME 400     /*ms*/
+#define LV_TA_PWD_SHOW_TIME     1500    /*ms*/
+#endif
+
+#define USE_LV_CALENDAR	1
+
+/*************************
+ * User input objects
+ *************************/
+
+/*Button (dependencies: lv_cont*/
+#define USE_LV_BTN      1
+
+/*Button matrix (dependencies: -)*/
+#define USE_LV_BTNM     1
+
+/*Keyboard (dependencies: lv_btnm, lv_ta)*/
+#define USE_LV_KB       0
+
+/*Check box (dependencies: lv_btn, lv_label)*/
+#define USE_LV_CB       0
+
+/*List (dependencies: lv_page, lv_btn, lv_label, (lv_img optionally for icons ))*/
+#define USE_LV_LIST     0
+#if USE_LV_LIST != 0
+#define LV_LIST_FOCUS_TIME  100 /*Default animation time of focusing to a list element [ms] (0: no animation)  */
+#endif
+
+/*Drop down list (dependencies: lv_page, lv_label)*/
+#define USE_LV_DDLIST    0
+#if USE_LV_DDLIST != 0
+#define LV_DDLIST_ANIM_TIME     200     /*Open and close default animation time [ms] (0: no animation)*/
+#endif
+
+/*Roller (dependencies: lv_ddlist)*/
+#define USE_LV_ROLLER    0
+#if USE_LV_ROLLER != 0
+#define LV_ROLLER_ANIM_TIME     200     /*Focus animation time [ms] (0: no animation)*/
+#endif
+
+/*Slider (dependencies: lv_bar)*/
+#define USE_LV_SLIDER    0
+
+/*Switch (dependencies: lv_slider)*/
+#define USE_LV_SW       0
+
+#endif /*LV_CONF_H*/
+
+

+ 1 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/.gitignore

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+**/*.o

+ 7 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/README.md

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+# Display and Touch pad drivers
+
+Display controller and touchpad driver to can be directly used with [LittlevGL](https://littlevgl.com).
+
+To learn more about using drivers in LittlevGL visit the [Porting guide](https://littlevgl.com/porting).
+
+If you used a new display or touch pad driver with LittlevGL please share it with other people!

+ 425 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/R61581.c

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+/**
+ * @file R61581.c
+ * 
+ */
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "R61581.h"
+#if USE_R61581 != 0
+
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_core/lv_vdb.h"
+#include LV_DRV_DISP_INCLUDE
+#include LV_DRV_DELAY_INCLUDE
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+#define R61581_CMD_MODE     0
+#define R61581_DATA_MODE    1
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+static void r61581_io_init(void);
+static void r61581_reset(void);
+static void r61581_set_tft_spec(void);
+static inline void r61581_cmd_mode(void);
+static inline void r61581_data_mode(void);
+static inline void r61581_cmd(uint8_t cmd);
+static inline void r61581_data(uint8_t data);
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC VARIABLES
+ **********************/
+static bool cmd_mode = true;
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *   GLOBAL FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+/**
+ * Initialize the R61581 display controller
+ * @return HW_RES_OK or any error from hw_res_t enum
+ */
+void r61581_init(void)
+{   
+    r61581_io_init();
+    
+    /*Slow mode until the PLL is not started in the display controller*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_SLOW;
+    
+    r61581_reset();
+
+    r61581_set_tft_spec();
+    
+    r61581_cmd(0x13);		//SET display on
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x29);		//SET display on
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(30);
+
+    /*Parallel to max speed*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_FAST;
+}
+
+void r61581_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > R61581_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1 ? R61581_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > R61581_VER_RES - 1 ? R61581_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+
+
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    r61581_cmd(0x002A);
+    r61581_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    r61581_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x002B);
+    r61581_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    r61581_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2c);
+
+    int16_t i;
+    uint16_t full_w = x2 - x1 + 1;
+
+    r61581_data_mode();
+
+#if LV_COLOR_DEPTH == 16
+    uint16_t act_w = act_x2 - act_x1 + 1;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_ARRAY((uint16_t*)color_p, act_w);
+        color_p += full_w;
+    }
+#else
+    int16_t j;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        for(j = 0; j <= act_x2 - act_x1 + 1; j++) {
+            LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(lv_color_to16(color_p[j]));
+            color_p += full_w;
+        }
+    }
+#endif
+
+    lv_flush_ready();
+}
+
+void r61581_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t color)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > R61581_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1 ? R61581_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > R61581_VER_RES - 1 ? R61581_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    r61581_cmd(0x002A);
+    r61581_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    r61581_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x002B);
+    r61581_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    r61581_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2c);
+    
+    r61581_data_mode();
+
+    uint16_t color16 = lv_color_to16(color);
+    uint32_t size = (act_x2 - act_x1 + 1) * (act_y2 - act_y1 + 1);
+    uint32_t i;
+    for(i = 0; i < size; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(color16);
+    }
+}
+
+void r61581_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > R61581_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > R61581_HOR_RES - 1 ? R61581_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > R61581_VER_RES - 1 ? R61581_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+
+        
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    r61581_cmd(0x002A);
+    r61581_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    r61581_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x002B);
+    r61581_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    r61581_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    r61581_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2c);
+
+    int16_t i;
+    uint16_t full_w = x2 - x1 + 1;
+    
+    r61581_data_mode();
+    
+#if LV_COLOR_DEPTH == 16
+    uint16_t act_w = act_x2 - act_x1 + 1;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_ARRAY((uint16_t*)color_p, act_w);
+        color_p += full_w;
+    }
+#else
+    int16_t j;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        for(j = 0; j <= act_x2 - act_x1 + 1; j++) {
+            LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(lv_color_to16(color_p[j]));
+            color_p += full_w;
+        }
+    }
+#endif
+}
+
+/**********************
+ *   STATIC FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+/**
+ * Io init 
+ */
+static void r61581_io_init(void)
+{ 
+    LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(R61581_CMD_MODE)
+    cmd_mode = true;
+}
+
+/**
+ * Reset
+ */
+static void r61581_reset(void)
+{
+    /*Hardware reset*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(0);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+
+    /*Chip enable*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_CS(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_CS(0);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(5);
+    
+    /*Software reset*/
+    r61581_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+}
+
+/**
+ * TFT specific initialization
+ */
+static void r61581_set_tft_spec(void)
+{    
+    r61581_cmd(0xB0);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xB3);
+    r61581_data(0x02);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x10); 
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xB4);	
+    r61581_data(0x00);//0X10 
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xB9); //PWM
+    r61581_data(0x01);
+    r61581_data(0xFF); //FF brightness
+    r61581_data(0xFF);
+    r61581_data(0x18);
+
+    /*Panel Driving Setting*/
+    r61581_cmd(0xC0);
+    r61581_data(0x02);
+    r61581_data(0x3B);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x01);
+    r61581_data(0x00);//NW
+    r61581_data(0x43);
+
+    /*Display Timing Setting for Normal Mode */
+    r61581_cmd(0xC1);
+    r61581_data(0x08);
+    r61581_data(0x15);  //CLOCK
+    r61581_data(R61581_VFP);
+    r61581_data(R61581_VBP);
+
+    /*Source/VCOM/Gate Driving Timing Setting*/
+    r61581_cmd(0xC4);
+    r61581_data(0x15);
+    r61581_data(0x03);
+    r61581_data(0x03);
+    r61581_data(0x01); 
+
+    /*Interface Setting*/
+    r61581_cmd(0xC6);
+    r61581_data((R61581_DPL << 0) |
+                (R61581_EPL << 1) |
+                (R61581_HSPL << 4) |
+                (R61581_VSPL << 5));  
+
+    /*Gamma Set*/
+    r61581_cmd(0xC8);
+    r61581_data(0x0c);
+    r61581_data(0x05);
+    r61581_data(0x0A);
+    r61581_data(0x6B);
+    r61581_data(0x04);
+    r61581_data(0x06);
+    r61581_data(0x15);
+    r61581_data(0x10);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x31); 
+
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x36);
+    if(R61581_ORI == 0) r61581_data(0xE0);
+    else r61581_data(0x20);
+    
+    r61581_cmd(0x0C);
+    r61581_data(0x55);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x3A);
+    r61581_data(0x55);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x38); 
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xD0);
+    r61581_data(0x07);
+    r61581_data(0x07);
+    r61581_data(0x14);
+    r61581_data(0xA2);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xD1);
+    r61581_data(0x03);
+    r61581_data(0x5A);
+    r61581_data(0x10);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0xD2);
+    r61581_data(0x03);
+    r61581_data(0x04);
+    r61581_data(0x04);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x11);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2A);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(((R61581_HOR_RES - 1) >> 8 ) & 0XFF);
+    r61581_data((R61581_HOR_RES - 1) & 0XFF);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2B);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(0x00);
+    r61581_data(((R61581_VER_RES - 1) >> 8 ) & 0XFF);
+    r61581_data((R61581_VER_RES- 1) & 0XFF);
+
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x29);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(5);
+
+    r61581_cmd(0x2C);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(5);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Command mode
+ */
+static inline void r61581_cmd_mode(void)
+{
+    if(cmd_mode == false) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(R61581_CMD_MODE)
+        cmd_mode = true;
+    }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Data mode
+ */
+static inline void r61581_data_mode(void)
+{
+    if(cmd_mode != false) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(R61581_DATA_MODE);
+        cmd_mode = false;
+    }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write command
+ * @param cmd the command
+ */
+static inline void r61581_cmd(uint8_t cmd)
+{    
+    r61581_cmd_mode();
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(cmd);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write data
+ * @param data the data
+ */
+static inline void r61581_data(uint8_t data)
+{    
+    r61581_data_mode();
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(data);
+}
+#endif

+ 39 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/R61581.h

@@ -0,0 +1,39 @@
+/**
+ * @file R61581.h
+ * 
+ */
+
+#ifndef R61581_H
+#define R61581_H
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "../../lv_drv_conf.h"
+#if USE_R61581
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_misc/lv_color.h"
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ * GLOBAL PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+void r61581_init(void);
+void r61581_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p);
+void r61581_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t color);
+void r61581_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p);
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+#endif
+
+#endif

+ 385 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/SSD1963.c

@@ -0,0 +1,385 @@
+/**
+ * @file SSD1963.c
+ * 
+ */
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "SSD1963.h"
+#if USE_SSD1963
+
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_core/lv_vdb.h"
+#include LV_DRV_DISP_INCLUDE
+#include LV_DRV_DELAY_INCLUDE
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+#define SSD1963_CMD_MODE     0
+#define SSD1963_DATA_MODE    1
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+static inline void ssd1963_cmd_mode(void);
+static inline void ssd1963_data_mode(void);
+static inline void ssd1963_cmd(uint8_t cmd);
+static inline void ssd1963_data(uint8_t data);
+static void ssd1963_io_init(void);
+static void ssd1963_reset(void);
+static void ssd1963_set_clk(void);
+static void ssd1963_set_tft_spec(void);
+static void ssd1963_init_bl(void);
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC VARIABLES
+ **********************/
+static bool cmd_mode = true;
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *   GLOBAL FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+void ssd1963_init(void)
+{
+    ssd1963_io_init();
+    ssd1963_reset();
+    ssd1963_set_clk();
+    ssd1963_set_tft_spec();
+    ssd1963_init_bl();
+    
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x13);		//SET display on
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x29);		//SET display on
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(30);
+    
+}
+
+
+void ssd1963_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+
+    /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002A);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002B);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x2c);
+     int16_t i;
+    uint16_t full_w = x2 - x1 + 1;
+
+    ssd1963_data_mode();
+
+#if LV_COLOR_DEPTH == 16
+    uint16_t act_w = act_x2 - act_x1 + 1;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_ARRAY((uint16_t*)color_p, act_w);
+        color_p += full_w;
+    }
+#else
+    int16_t j;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        for(j = 0; j <= act_x2 - act_x1 + 1; j++) {
+            LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(color_p[j]);
+            color_p += full_w;
+        }
+    }
+#endif
+
+    lv_flush_ready();
+}
+
+void ssd1963_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t color)
+{
+    /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+   
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002A);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002B);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x2c);
+    
+    ssd1963_data_mode();
+
+    uint16_t color16 = lv_color_to16(color);
+    uint32_t size = (act_x2 - act_x1 + 1) * (act_y2 - act_y1 + 1);
+    uint32_t i;
+    for(i = 0; i < size; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(color16);
+    }
+}
+
+void ssd1963_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+    
+    /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 ? SSD1963_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+   
+    //Set the rectangular area
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002A);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_x2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_x2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x002B);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y1 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y1);
+    ssd1963_data(act_y2 >> 8);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00FF & act_y2);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x2c);
+     int16_t i;
+    uint16_t full_w = x2 - x1 + 1;
+    
+    ssd1963_data_mode();
+    
+#if LV_COLOR_DEPTH == 16
+    uint16_t act_w = act_x2 - act_x1 + 1;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_ARRAY((uint16_t*)color_p, act_w);
+        color_p += full_w;
+    }
+#else
+    int16_t j;
+    for(i = act_y1; i <= act_y2; i++) {
+        for(j = 0; j <= act_x2 - act_x1 + 1; j++) {
+            LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(color_p[j]);
+            color_p += full_w;
+        }
+    }
+#endif
+}
+
+/**********************
+ *   STATIC FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+static void ssd1963_io_init(void)
+{
+    LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(SSD1963_CMD_MODE);
+    cmd_mode = true;
+}
+
+static void ssd1963_reset(void)
+{
+    /*Hardware reset*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(0);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+
+    /*Chip enable*/
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_CS(0);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_CS(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(5);
+    
+    /*Software reset*/
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+    
+}
+
+static void ssd1963_set_clk(void)
+{
+    /* Set PLL*/    
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xe2);          
+    ssd1963_data(0x23);
+    ssd1963_data(0x05);
+    ssd1963_data(0x54);
+
+    /*Enable PLL*/
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xe0);     
+    ssd1963_data(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    /*Lock PLL*/
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xe0);        
+    ssd1963_data(0x03);
+
+    /*Software reset*/
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x01);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(20);
+
+    /*Set PCLK freq*/
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xe6); 
+    ssd1963_data(0x04);
+    ssd1963_data(0x93);
+    ssd1963_data(0xe0);
+}
+
+static void ssd1963_set_tft_spec(void)
+{
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xB0);	//LCD SPECIFICATION
+    ssd1963_data(0x20);
+
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+    ssd1963_data(((SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1) >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set HDP
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_HOR_RES - 1) & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data(((SSD1963_VER_RES - 1) >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set VDP
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_VER_RES - 1) & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xB4);	//HSYNC
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_HT >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set HT
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_HT & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_HPS >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set HPS
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_HPS & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_HPW);			   //Set HPW
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_LPS >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set HPS
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_LPS & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xB6);	//VSYNC
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_VT >> 8) & 0XFF);   //Set VT
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_VT & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_VPS >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set VPS
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_VPS & 0XFF);
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_VPW);			   //Set VPW
+    ssd1963_data((SSD1963_FPS >> 8) & 0XFF);  //Set FPS
+    ssd1963_data(SSD1963_FPS & 0XFF);
+    
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xf0);            //SET pixel data I/F format=16bit
+    ssd1963_data(0x03);
+//    ssd1963_cmd(0x3a);      //RGB pixel format
+//    ssd1963_data(0x66);      //24bpp (0x60: 18bpp)
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0x36);     	 //SET address mode=flip vertical
+#if SSD1963_ORI == 0
+    ssd1963_data(0x03);
+#else
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+#endif
+
+
+//     ssd1963_cmd(0x26);      //gamma curve
+//    ssd1963_data(0x08);
+
+}
+
+static void ssd1963_init_bl(void)
+{
+
+    ssd1963_cmd(0xBE);      /*Set PWM configuration for back light control*/
+
+    ssd1963_data(0x02);		/*PWMF[7:0] = 2, PWM base freq = PLL/(256*(1+5))/256 =
+                                                             300Hz for a PLL freq = 120MHz */
+    ssd1963_data(0x20);		/*Set duty cycle, from 0x00 (total pull-down) to 0xFF
+                                                              (99% pull-up , 255/256) */
+    ssd1963_data(0x01);		/*PWM enabled and controlled by host (mcu) */
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+    ssd1963_data(0x00);
+}
+
+
+/**
+ * Command mode
+ */
+static inline void ssd1963_cmd_mode(void)
+{
+    if(cmd_mode == false) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(SSD1963_CMD_MODE);
+        cmd_mode = true;
+    }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Data mode
+ */
+static inline void ssd1963_data_mode(void)
+{
+    if(cmd_mode != false) {
+        LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(SSD1963_DATA_MODE);
+        cmd_mode = false;
+    }
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write command
+ * @param cmd the command
+ */
+static inline void ssd1963_cmd(uint8_t cmd)
+{    
+    ssd1963_cmd_mode();
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(cmd);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write data
+ * @param data the data
+ */
+static inline void ssd1963_data(uint8_t data)
+{    
+    ssd1963_data_mode();
+    LV_DRV_DISP_PAR_WR_WORD(data);
+}
+
+#endif

+ 40 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/SSD1963.h

@@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
+/**
+ * @file SSD1963.h
+ * 
+ */
+
+#ifndef SSD1963_H
+#define SSD1963_H
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "../../lv_drv_conf.h"
+#if USE_SSD1963 != 0
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_misc/lv_color.h"
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ * GLOBAL PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+void ssd1963_init(void);
+void ssd1963_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p);
+void ssd1963_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t  color);
+void ssd1963_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p);
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+#endif
+
+#endif

+ 289 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/ST7565.c

@@ -0,0 +1,289 @@
+/**
+ * @file ST7565.c
+ * 
+ */
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "ST7565.h"
+#if USE_ST7565
+
+#include <stdbool.h>
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <string.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_core/lv_vdb.h"
+#include LV_DRV_DISP_INCLUDE
+#include LV_DRV_DELAY_INCLUDE
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+#define ST7565_BAUD      2000000    /*< 2,5 MHz (400 ns)*/
+
+#define ST7565_CMD_MODE  0
+#define ST7565_DATA_MODE 1
+
+#define ST7565_HOR_RES  128
+#define ST7565_VER_RES  64
+
+#define CMD_DISPLAY_OFF         0xAE
+#define CMD_DISPLAY_ON          0xAF
+
+#define CMD_SET_DISP_START_LINE 0x40
+#define CMD_SET_PAGE            0xB0
+
+#define CMD_SET_COLUMN_UPPER    0x10
+#define CMD_SET_COLUMN_LOWER    0x00
+
+#define CMD_SET_ADC_NORMAL      0xA0
+#define CMD_SET_ADC_REVERSE     0xA1
+
+#define CMD_SET_DISP_NORMAL     0xA6
+#define CMD_SET_DISP_REVERSE    0xA7
+
+#define CMD_SET_ALLPTS_NORMAL   0xA4
+#define CMD_SET_ALLPTS_ON       0xA5
+#define CMD_SET_BIAS_9          0xA2
+#define CMD_SET_BIAS_7          0xA3
+
+#define CMD_RMW                 0xE0
+#define CMD_RMW_CLEAR           0xEE
+#define CMD_INTERNAL_RESET      0xE2
+#define CMD_SET_COM_NORMAL      0xC0
+#define CMD_SET_COM_REVERSE     0xC8
+#define CMD_SET_POWER_CONTROL   0x28
+#define CMD_SET_RESISTOR_RATIO  0x20
+#define CMD_SET_VOLUME_FIRST    0x81
+#define CMD_SET_VOLUME_SECOND   0x00
+#define CMD_SET_STATIC_OFF      0xAC
+#define CMD_SET_STATIC_ON       0xAD
+#define CMD_SET_STATIC_REG      0x00
+#define CMD_SET_BOOSTER_FIRST   0xF8
+#define CMD_SET_BOOSTER_234     0x00
+#define CMD_SET_BOOSTER_5       0x01
+#define CMD_SET_BOOSTER_6       0x03
+#define CMD_NOP                 0xE3
+#define CMD_TEST                0xF0
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+static void st7565_sync(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2);
+static void st7565_command(uint8_t cmd);
+static void st7565_data(uint8_t data);
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC VARIABLES
+ **********************/
+static uint8_t lcd_fb[ST7565_HOR_RES * ST7565_VER_RES / 8] = {0xAA, 0xAA};
+static uint8_t pagemap[] = { 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 };
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *   GLOBAL FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+/**
+ * Initialize the ST7565
+ */
+void st7565_init(void)
+{
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(0);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_RST(1);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+    
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_CS(0);
+    
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_BIAS_7);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_ADC_NORMAL);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_COM_NORMAL);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_DISP_START_LINE);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_POWER_CONTROL | 0x4);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_POWER_CONTROL | 0x6);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(50);
+
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_POWER_CONTROL | 0x7);
+    LV_DRV_DELAY_MS(10);
+
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_RESISTOR_RATIO | 0x6);
+ 
+    st7565_command(CMD_DISPLAY_ON);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_ALLPTS_NORMAL);
+
+    /*Set brightness*/
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_VOLUME_FIRST);
+    st7565_command(CMD_SET_VOLUME_SECOND | (0x18 & 0x3f));
+
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_CS(1);
+    
+    memset(lcd_fb, 0x00, sizeof(lcd_fb));
+}
+
+
+void st7565_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 ? ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1 ? ST7565_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+
+    int32_t x, y;
+
+    /*Set the first row in */
+
+    /*Refresh frame buffer*/
+    for(y= act_y1; y <= act_y2; y++) {
+        for(x = act_x1; x <= act_x2; x++) {
+            if (lv_color_to1(*color_p) != 0) {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] &= ~( 1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            } else {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] |= (1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            }
+            color_p ++;
+        }
+
+        color_p += x2 - act_x2; /*Next row*/
+    }
+
+    st7565_sync(act_x1, act_y1, act_x2, act_y2);
+    lv_flush_ready();
+}
+
+
+
+void st7565_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t color)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 ? ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1 ? ST7565_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+    
+    int32_t x, y;
+    uint8_t white = lv_color_to1(color);
+
+    /*Refresh frame buffer*/
+    for(y= act_y1; y <= act_y2; y++) {
+        for(x = act_x1; x <= act_x2; x++) {
+            if (white != 0) {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] |= (1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            } else {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] &= ~( 1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            }
+        }
+    }
+    
+    st7565_sync(act_x1, act_y1, act_x2, act_y2);
+}
+
+void st7565_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+     /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 ? ST7565_HOR_RES - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > ST7565_VER_RES - 1 ? ST7565_VER_RES - 1 : y2;
+    
+    int32_t x, y;
+
+    /*Set the first row in */
+    
+    /*Refresh frame buffer*/
+    for(y= act_y1; y <= act_y2; y++) {
+        for(x = act_x1; x <= act_x2; x++) {
+            if (lv_color_to1(*color_p) != 0) {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] &= ~( 1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            } else {
+                lcd_fb[x+ (y/8)*ST7565_HOR_RES] |= (1 << (7-(y%8)));
+            }
+            color_p ++;
+        }
+        
+        color_p += x2 - act_x2; /*Next row*/
+    }
+    
+    st7565_sync(act_x1, act_y1, act_x2, act_y2);
+}
+/**********************
+ *   STATIC FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+/**
+ * Flush a specific part of the buffer to the display
+ * @param x1 left coordinate of the area to flush
+ * @param y1 top coordinate of the area to flush
+ * @param x2 right coordinate of the area to flush
+ * @param y2 bottom coordinate of the area to flush
+ */
+static void st7565_sync(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2)
+{
+
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_CS(0);
+    
+    uint8_t c, p;
+    for(p = y1 / 8; p <= y2 / 8; p++) {
+        st7565_command(CMD_SET_PAGE | pagemap[p]);
+        st7565_command(CMD_SET_COLUMN_LOWER | (x1 & 0xf));
+        st7565_command(CMD_SET_COLUMN_UPPER | ((x1 >> 4) & 0xf));
+        st7565_command(CMD_RMW);
+  
+         for(c = x1; c <= x2; c++) {
+            st7565_data(lcd_fb[(ST7565_HOR_RES*p)+c]);
+        }
+    }
+
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_CS(1);
+}
+
+/**
+ * Write a command to the ST7565
+ * @param cmd the command
+ */
+static void st7565_command(uint8_t cmd) 
+{
+    LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(ST7565_CMD_MODE);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_WR_BYTE(data);
+}
+  
+/**
+ * Write data to the ST7565
+ * @param data the data
+ */
+static void st7565_data(uint8_t data) 
+{
+    LV_DRV_DISP_CMD_DATA(ST7565_DATA_MODE);
+    LV_DRV_DISP_SPI_WR_BYTE(data);
+}
+
+#endif

+ 40 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/ST7565.h

@@ -0,0 +1,40 @@
+/**
+ * @file ST7565.h
+ * 
+ */
+
+#ifndef ST7565_H
+#define ST7565_H
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "../../lv_drv_conf.h"
+#if USE_ST7565 != 0
+
+#include <stdint.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_misc/lv_color.h"
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ * GLOBAL PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+void st7565_init(void);
+void st7565_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t * color_p);
+void st7565_fill(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t color);
+void st7565_map(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, lv_color_t * color_p);
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+#endif
+
+#endif

+ 10 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/display.mk

@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+CSRCS += fbdev.c
+CSRCS += monitor.c
+CSRCS += R61581.c
+CSRCS += SSD1963.c
+CSRCS += ST7565.c
+
+DEPPATH += --dep-path lv_drivers/display
+VPATH += :lv_drivers/display
+
+CFLAGS += "-I$(LVGL_DIR)/lv_drivers/display"

+ 323 - 0
card-manager/src/lv_drivers/display/fbdev.c

@@ -0,0 +1,323 @@
+/**
+ * @file fbdev.c
+ *
+ */
+
+/*********************
+ *      INCLUDES
+ *********************/
+#include "fbdev.h"
+#if USE_FBDEV
+
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <unistd.h>
+#include <stddef.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <fcntl.h>
+#include <linux/fb.h>
+#include <sys/mman.h>
+#include <sys/ioctl.h>
+#include "lvgl/lv_core/lv_vdb.h"
+
+/*********************
+ *      DEFINES
+ *********************/
+#ifndef FBDEV_PATH
+#define FBDEV_PATH  "/dev/fb0"
+#endif
+
+/**********************
+ *      TYPEDEFS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC PROTOTYPES
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *  STATIC VARIABLES
+ **********************/
+static struct fb_var_screeninfo vinfo;
+static struct fb_fix_screeninfo finfo;
+static char *fbp = 0;
+static long int screensize = 0;
+static int fbfd = 0;
+
+/**********************
+ *      MACROS
+ **********************/
+
+/**********************
+ *   GLOBAL FUNCTIONS
+ **********************/
+
+void fbdev_init(void)
+{
+    // Open the file for reading and writing
+    fbfd = open(FBDEV_PATH, O_RDWR);
+    if (fbfd == -1) {
+        perror("Error: cannot open framebuffer device");
+        return;
+    }
+    printf("The framebuffer device was opened successfully.\n");
+
+    // Get fixed screen information
+    if (ioctl(fbfd, FBIOGET_FSCREENINFO, &finfo) == -1) {
+        perror("Error reading fixed information");
+        return;
+    }
+
+    // Get variable screen information
+    if (ioctl(fbfd, FBIOGET_VSCREENINFO, &vinfo) == -1) {
+        perror("Error reading variable information");
+        return;
+    }
+
+    printf("%dx%d, %dbpp\n", vinfo.xres, vinfo.yres, vinfo.bits_per_pixel);
+
+    // Figure out the size of the screen in bytes
+    screensize = vinfo.xres * vinfo.yres * vinfo.bits_per_pixel / 8;
+
+    // Map the device to memory
+    fbp = (char *)mmap(0, screensize, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED, fbfd, 0);
+    if ((int)fbp == -1) {
+        perror("Error: failed to map framebuffer device to memory");
+        return;
+    }
+    printf("The framebuffer device was mapped to memory successfully.\n");
+
+}
+
+/**
+ * Flush a buffer to the marked area
+ * @param x1 left coordinate
+ * @param y1 top coordinate
+ * @param x2 right coordinate
+ * @param y2 bottom coordinate
+ * @param color_p an array of colors
+ */
+void fbdev_flush(int32_t x1, int32_t y1, int32_t x2, int32_t y2, const lv_color_t * color_p)
+{
+    if(fbp == NULL) return;
+
+    /*Return if the area is out the screen*/
+    if(x2 < 0) return;
+    if(y2 < 0) return;
+    if(x1 > vinfo.xres - 1) return;
+    if(y1 > vinfo.yres - 1) return;
+
+    /*Truncate the area to the screen*/
+    int32_t act_x1 = x1 < 0 ? 0 : x1;
+    int32_t act_y1 = y1 < 0 ? 0 : y1;
+    int32_t act_x2 = x2 > vinfo.xres - 1 ? vinfo.xres - 1 : x2;
+    int32_t act_y2 = y2 > vinfo.yres - 1 ? vinfo.yres - 1 : y2;
+
+    long int location = 0;
+
+    /*32 or 24 bit per pixel*/
+    if(vinfo.bits_per_pixel == 32 || vinfo.bits_per_pixel == 24) {
+        uint32_t *fbp32 = (uint32_t*)fbp;
+        uint32_t x;
+        uint32_t y;
+        for(y = act_y1; y <= act_y2; y++) {
+            for(x = act_x1; x <= act_x2; x++) {
+                location = (x+vinfo.xoffset) + (y+vinfo.yoffset) * vinfo.xres;
+                fbp32[location] = color_p->full;
+                color_p++;
+            }
+
+            color_p += x2 - act_x2;
+        }
+    }
+    /*16 bit per pixel*/
+    else if(vinfo.bits_per_pixel == 16) {
+        uint16_t *fbp16 = (uint16_t*)fbp;
+        uint32_t x;
+        uint32_t y;
+        for(y = act_y1; y <= act_y2; y++) {
+            for(x = act_x1; x <= act_x2; x++) {
+                location = (x+vinfo.xoffset) + (y+vinfo.yoffset) * vinfo.xres;
+                fbp16[location] = color_p->full;
+                color_p++;
+            }
+
+            color_p += x2 - act_x2;
+        }
+    }
+    /*8 bit per pixel*/
+    else if(vinfo.bits_per_pixel == 8) {
+        uint8_t *fbp8 = (uint8_t*)fbp;
+        uint32_t x;
+        uint32_t y;
+        for(y = act