Designing with the MLA Graphics Library

This class is based on the Graphics Library found in Microchip Libraries for Applications (MLA). It is not relevant for the MPLAB® Harmony Graphics Library.

 Abstract

This class shows you how to use the Graphics Library found in Microchip Libraries for Applications (MLA). It demonstrates how to add sophisticated graphics interfaces to applications using Microchip's 16-bit PIC24 microcontrollers. At the end of this class the student will be able to include interactive graphics in their application.

This class starts with a review of the components needed for graphics development. The tutorial then proceeds with an overview of a completed graphics application, describing all the software functions which need to work together to produce graphics applications. Engineers taking this tutorial are encouraged to first study the "Overview of a completed Graphics application" section to get an understanding of a working system. Once an engineer understands the program flow of a graphics application they can complete the tutorial by examining the individual graphics topics.

The class demonstrates the APIs first introduced in version v2013-12-20 of the MLA and in MPLAB® Harmony. While this tutorial does not include lab exercises, users of this tutorial are encourage to implement the code examples on their target board.

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Author:

David Stokes
Microchip Technology Inc.

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