Creating Wi-Fi and Ethernet Applications Using MPLAB® Harmony Framework

I. Introduction

II. Getting Started

III. Using MPLAB® MHC plugin to import, configure modules and generate application templates

IV. Adding code to the application template

V. PC interface to interact with the PIC32 based TCP server

VI. Adding Ethernet using MHC

VII. Testing Your New Application

VIII. Instructions for migrating this project

IX. Troubleshooting

Appendix A

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