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.


Create New MPLAB@ Harmony Project


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


Use MHC to configure the PIC32 clocks


Use MHC to configure the PIC32 I/O Port pins


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


Use MHC to generate the code


Add application states to your project


Add application code to your project


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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