Introduction to MPLAB® Harmony (Web-based)


MPLAB® Harmony is a modular framework that provides interoperable firmware libraries for PIC32 peripherals, drivers, services, and middleware. It uses a flexible architecture to enable the development of a wide variety of embedded solutions, whether they are based on a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) or not. This class introduces attendees to MPLAB Harmony’s key concepts and fundamentals and demonstrates its benefits, including the ability to quickly develop complex embedded systems that utilize multiple middleware stacks without requiring an RTOS.

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Bud Caldwell & Bob Smith
Microchip Technology Inc.

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