Example Applications in the Harmony "apps" Folder

The MPLAB® Harmony framework includes over 200 example application projects. These range from simple examples of controlling a single PIC32 peripheral to complex examples of implementing TCP/IP, USB, and Graphics. These example projects are configured to run on specific development boards. The Harmony Help file provides documentation on each example application and specifies the development boards that can be used (see the "Applications Help" section). The example projects are included with the rest of the MPLAB Harmony framework and can be found in the installation directory under "apps".

These example applications are a great way to jump-start your own project development:

  1. Find an example application similar to your own needs.
  2. Build the example project and program the associated development board.
  3. Verify the example project works as expected.
  4. Add your own application code to make the example project your own.
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