Ports Project Using chipKIT™ WF32 (step-by-step)

Step-by-Step Instructions

These step-by-step instructions were used to create a Ports Peripheral Library Project. The target hardware is the chipKITTM WF32 development board from Digilent Inc.

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Create New MPLAB@ Harmony Project

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Use MHC (MPLAB® Harmony Configurator) to configure the PIC32 core

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Use MHC to configure the PIC32 clocks

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Use MHC to configure the PIC32 I/O Port pins

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Use MHC to configure a timer to provide an interrupt every second

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Use MHC to generate the code

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Add application states to your project

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Add application code to your project

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Build, program and run your project

Click the "Program Target" Main_Program_Target_Project.png icon to build, program and run your project.

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