Static drive largely imposes a constraint on minimum GPIO available,
so just use the device selector guide in Designer to choose your component.
You can filter the guide to make selection easy.
but you can explain better: "just use the device selector guide in Designer to choose your component.
You can filter the guide to make selection easy".
And after at the firmware level what I have to do ?
Please, I'm a beginner in Psoc.
In PSoC Designer under "Misc. Digital" you will find a "SLCD" module which is used for glass-LCDs, but only when your selected device supports it.
Start to configure the module using the wizard, have a look into the datasheet.
The SLCD muodule is for muxed LCD's, not single common, static.
Using the designer device selector you are looking for enough I/O pins
to meet the LCD requirements + any other I/O you need. So you would filter
it to meet the GPIO needs, as well as any other special requirements. You
will see all the filters when you run the device selector that you can use.
Just a thought, PSOC 3 & 5LP both have static LCD module in them.
Also a low cost entry point board would be -
Although coding for a static LCD pretty straighforward, its just I/O and font table, which
I am sure you can get off the NET.
This might be of use -