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Library supports all PIC hardware peripherals, ported to the Web Platform

Posted on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 in web platforms by DP

The Web Platform is now supported by the PIC24 library collection of examples and functions for working with PIC24 hardware peripherals. It features a getting started guide, a library with lots of useful functions, and a simple event driven operating system.

The PIC24 support library supports all the major subsystems of the PIC24: clock configuration, configuration bits, delays, interrupts, digital I/O, timers, serial I/O, SPI, I2C, ECAN, comparators, A/D conversion, FLASH reads/writes, and DMA. An extensive set of examples accompanying the library provide working sample code to guide newcomers to using the library.

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One Response to “Library supports all PIC hardware peripherals, ported to the Web Platform”

  1. The PIC24 library collection and a detailed tutorial are available in Hungarian as well (not yet completed). It is non a simple translation, since I hav deliberatly modified and extended it.

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