Hi all,

I used LVGL in my final year project and I was blown away by how fantastic it is. I’ve decided to show my appreciation by sharing a ready-made LVGL port for the STM32H7B3I-DK development board since I couldn’t find a port for it. The port can be found on my GitHub: and I have written the instructions on how to import the project in STM32CUBEIDE in the README file.

Thank you for your time and happy developing!

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Very nice! Would you be interested in hosting this repo under the LVGL organization?
Of course, we would provide write or admin access for you to this repo.

Absolutely! I’d be more than happy to host this repo under the LVGL ogranisation so it could reach a wider audience. How would this work? Do I add you and embeddedt to my repository or will you be creating a new repository to host on the LVGL GitHub? Do let me know if there’s anything I need to do to proceed.

Update: I have changed the repositories name, the project structure, and improved how users can change the rendering modes for this project.

The new project link can be found here:

Great! I’ve accepted you invitation, but please give me admin access to transfer the repo to LVGL.


I just transferred the ownership to your account @kisvegabor. Let me know if there are any problems.

Aaaand here it is :slight_smile:

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