MiniGUI - an open source windowing and GUI system for embedded and IoT devices
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MiniGUI aims to provide a fast, stable, full-featured windowing and GUI support system for embedded systems and smart IoT devices. For more.

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MiniGUI supports the embedded systems or smart IoT devices based-on Linux, eCos, and other traditional RTOSes, such as VxWorks, ThreadX.

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You can download the source code tarballs for different OSes from the official site of MiniGUI. MiniGUI now is hosted on github, and is being developed actively.

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