What is MiniGUI?

MiniGUI is a free software project. It aims to provide a fast, stable, and cross-operating-system graphics user interface (GUI) support system, which is especially fit for real-time embedded systems based-on Linux/uClinux, eCos, and other traditional RTOSes, such as VxWorks, ThreadX, uC/OS-II, and Nucleus. More...

Evolution of MiniGUI

In December 1998, the initiator of FMSoft, Wei Yongming, began to develop MiniGUI under the GNU General Public License (GPL). In September 2002, the core developers of MiniGUI founded Beijing FMSoft Technologies Co., Ltd., and started the commercial marketing with the free software. FMSoft still continues to release MiniGUI as a free software project. More...

Who are using MiniGUI?

MiniGUI has been widely adopted and applied by the leading manufacturers in the following fields: telecommunication (hand-held terminals, digital-media devices, IPTVs), industry instrument, medical equipment, and military industry. More...

About this site

This site intends to provide MiniGUI GPL versions and other open source software projects based-on MiniGUI for open source community. You can download the source code of them from this site. We also provide miniStudo for those want to develop MiniGUI apps. You can also contact us to get the commercial license of MiniGUI from this site.

News & Tech. Articles

MiniGUI 4.0.2/3.2.3 Released!

FMSoft released MiniGUI 4.0.2/3.2.3!

MiniGUI 4.0.0 Released Officially!

This is the first official release of MiniGUI 4.0.x.

MiniGUI 4.0.0 Pre-release

Announcement of MiniGUI 4.0.0 pre-release!

MiniGUI 3.2.2 Released

Announcement of official release of MiniGUI 3.2.2.





MiniGUI 3.2.0 Released

Announcement of the official release of MiniGUI v3.2.0.

CellPhoneUXDemo Released!

FMSoft released the CellPhoneUXDemo.

Drawing Olympic Rings by Using GDI APIs

This article describes howto draw Olympic Rings by using MiniGUI's GDI APIs.

Howto Install MiniGUI 3.0 on Linux PC

A Brief Guide to Install MiniGUI V3.0.x on A Linux PC Box

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