Get started developing with popular third party hardware devices from SparkFun, Adafruit, Mikroe and others using the Third Party Hardware Drivers extension for the Simplicity Studio IDE
Take a quick look at SparkFun's Micro OLED board with Silicon Labs EFR32MG24 multi-protocol wireless microcontroller. The display can be easily integrated into your application for Silicon Labs secure, intelligent, connected microcontrollers using the Third Party Hardware Drivers extension for Simplicity Studio IDE.
- Visit Silicon Labs Simplicity Studio page to download the IDE
- Visit the Silicon Labs Third Party Hardware Drivers Extension repository on GitHub for installation instructions, plus information on the driver and example application
- Visit SparkFun's Micro OLED product page for further information about the display board