Here’s a well designed new display from Wemos Electronics. They call it a (D1 Mini) Shield, but instead of going on top of a Wemos D1 Mini (Pro), it lets you plug in the Mini at the back of the 2.4″ TFT touch screen display, leaving all GPIO pins accessible, thanks to double header rows. Very useful!
But there’s more. All pins are also broken out to a breadboard-friendly header and to a TFT connector. Connecting the display to a D32 Pro (that has the same TFT connector) now requires only one (special) cable! The picture shows the connector’s pinout.
The 320×240 display uses the well-proven ili9341 chip, for which I already wrote a lot of sketches, both for esp8266 and esp32 boards. The XPT2046 library can be used to drive the touch screen.
I tested several sketches on a plugged-in Mini Pro, as well as a TFT cable-connected D32 Pro, and everything worked fine. Example sketches on the Wemos site use Adafruit’s ili9341 library, but I prefer the much faster TFT_eSPI library.
This is a well-thought product that makes wiring very convenient and stable. Recommended!