Nextion Display Code

Keep It Simple Screens

 
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Version A Or Version B of the NDC

The Nextion Display Coded Files - Version A

NDC Version A will only show Pi-Star/MMDVMHost and any extra ON7LDS NDDC messages by using the ON7LDS NDDC. This is the beginners version of the code. This version is less likely to be updated regularly. The ON7LDS NDDC comes with an easy installer. This version is also best for overall troubleshooting.
 
 The Nextion Display Code Version A
 The Nextion Display Code Version A Link. HELLO! Current FULL RELEASE version is 210420A, April 20th, 2021. Clicking this link will take you to 32 different code files for Nextion Displays. Types Nextion Basic, Enhanced, and Intelligent, Sizes 2.4", 2.8", 3.2", 3.5", 4.3", 5.0", 7.0", and 10.1", Two Landscape Orientations.
 

Nextion Display Code Release Notes - Version A

 Nextion Display Code Release Notes Version A
 Nextion Display Code Release Notes Version A Link. ATTENTION! Please read all of the RELEASE NOTES. They contain all the information needed to operate Our Nextion Display Code. There are now special initial setups and button behaviors everywhere. These release notes are Our “Users Manual” of sorts.
 

The Nextion Display Coded Files - Version B

NDC Version B will only show Pi-Star/MMDVMHost and any extra EDDC messages by using the EDDC on this website. This is the more advanced and is more likely to be updated frequently. Installing and using this version presently is a little more involved. The complex nature of this version requires a USB to TTL device connection for the Nextion Display.
 
 The Nextion Display Code Version B
 The Nextion Display Code Version B Link. HELLO! Current FULL RELEASE version is 210421B, April 21th, 2021. Clicking this link will take you to 32 different code files for Nextion Displays. Types Nextion Basic, Enhanced, and Intelligent, Sizes 2.4", 2.8", 3.2", 3.5", 4.3", 5.0", 7.0", and 10.1", Two Landscape Orientations.
 

Nextion Display Code Release Notes - Version B

 Nextion Display Code Release Notes Version B
 Nextion Display Code Release Notes Version B Link. ATTENTION! Please read all of the RELEASE NOTES. They contain all the information needed to operate Our Nextion Display Code. There are now special initial setups and button behaviors everywhere. These release notes are Our “Users Manual” of sorts.
 

The Extra Thrills And Frills

Pi-Star Guides

 Pi-Star Guides
 Pi-Star Guides Link. This link will take you to the Pi-Star Guides. As We have added enhanced features to Our own HotSpots / Repeaters, those additions We share as step-by-step instructional Guides for you to do the same. AND, how To build Your own HotSpot instructional Guides!
 

Amateur Radio Databases

 Amateur Radio Databases
 Amateur Radio Databases Link. The public links to Amateur Radio File Databases are back. We are offering a more screened file that doesn't give a whole lot of information on foreign countries. We have researched many of the entries and found them to be just as erroneous as their names.
 

The History Behind These Screens

Keep It Simple Screens for Nextion Displays, or KISS/ND, was born out of necessity. My eyesight is not good, I'm legally blind. Trying to watch the screen on the handheld for contact info was not good and the screen that came on my hotspot wasn't built for poor eyesight either. So, instead of complaining, I decided to program my own screens for my hotspot that I could see better.
 
Now, in 2021, this project is a group effort.
 
When another Amateur Radio Operator heard that I was making my own screens, they wanted to try them. This is turn gave birth to creating even more types, sizes, and orientations. This then spread word of mouth and suddenly I needed a place to host them, this Website was born. I then gave in to requests for more Nextion Basic versions, and this grew even more.
 
This Website has become a looking place not just for visually impaired screens, it has become a place to look for all screen types, sizes, and landscape orientations for Amateur Radio Hotspots / Repeaters. So, over the August / September 2019 time frame, a version was put together for every display type, size, and landscape orientation.