Project update 5 of 11
Full Inkplate 10 support has now been added to our Inkplate Arduino library. Release 2.1.0. is now available. It is also available via Arduino library manager.
The Arduino library for Inkplate is the easiest way to get started with your new Inkplate 10. It provides support for drawing any shape using the Adafruit GFX library: lines, triangles, rectangles, circles, etc. It supports .bmp, .jpg or .png format images from a URL or SD card, all with an option for dithering for higher quality images. If you head to our examples folder, you will find a number of resources:
Peripheral mode is still on - if you don’t like Arduino or you’re used to another platform, you can control Inkplate from just about anywhere using UART commands at standard settings (baud 115200 ending with \n\r). Detailed documentation is available.
There’s more to come, such as an Image Converter to make converting any kind of image for Inkplate super-easy, as well as GUI builder support. As the campaign is ending, make sure to let your colleagues interested in e-paper about it before time runs out. Stay tuned and thanks for your support!
David & the Inkplate team