Application Migration using a Board Support Package

Embedded developers today are challenged not only with developing an application with time and resource constraints, but also with the need to have the application work across multiple display platforms, each using different graphical displays, controllers and microcontrollers. This video demonstrates how the MPLAB® Harmony Software Framework can enable application migration in three easy steps:

  1. Create a new project configuration in the same project.
  2. Choose the board support package for the new graphical display and clock settings for the new microcontroller.
  3. Configure the drivers and application libraries for the application. Generate, build and compile.

The award-winning MPLAB® Harmony Framework, along with the MPLAB® Harmony Configurator (MHC) GUI, can enable application migration across boards containing different microcontrollers, displays and graphics controller options without the need to write a single line of code. This saves the developer time and resources.

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