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This documentation repository will help get you started with using MPLAB Harmony v3 for your application development and deployment. Click on the following links to quickly navigate to the resources that you need.

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Peripheral Libraries and Drivers - Getting Started

TitleType of Resource
Create Your First Peripheral Library (PLIB) Project GitHub Wiki Article
How to Build an Application by Adding a New PLIB, Driver or Middleware to an Existing MPLAB Harmony v3 ProjectPDF Document
Getting Started with MPLAB Harmony Peripheral Libraries for:
SAM C2x MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Create Your First Project with SAMC21 Using MPLAB Harmony v3Video
SAM D21 MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Create Your First Project with SAMD21 Using MPLAB Harmony v3Video
SAM D5x/E5x MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Create Your First Project with SAM E54 Using MPLAB® Harmony v3Video
SAM L10 MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
SAM E70/S70/V70/V71 MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Create Your First Project with SAM E70 using MPLAB® Harmony v3Video
PIC32MZ EF MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Create Your First Project with PIC32MZ EF Using MPLAB® Harmony v3Video
PIC32MX 470 MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
PIC32MK GP MCU PeripheralsDeveloper Help Article
Clock System Configuration and Usage on SAM E5x Arm® Cortex®-M4 Based DevicesPDF Document
Clock System Configuration on SAM C2x Arm Cortex-M0+ Based DevicesPDF Document
Drivers
Getting Started with MPLAB Harmony v3 Drivers and System Services on SAM E70/S70/V7x MCUsDeveloper Help Article
Getting Started with Harmony v3 Drivers on SAM E70/S70/V7x MCUs Using FreeRTOS Developer Help Article
How to Use the MPLAB Harmony v3 Debug System ServicePDF Document
 
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Migration Guides

TitleType of Resource
MPLAB Harmony v3 Application Development Guide for MPLAB Harmony v2 UsersPDF Document
Atmel START to MPLAB Harmony v3 Migration GuidePDF Document
Porting Applications from ASF3 to MPLAB Harmony v3 FrameworkPDF Document
MPLAB Harmony v2 to MPLAB Harmony v3 Application Migration Guides for:
Graphics Applications GitHub Wiki Article
TCP/IP Applications GitHub Wiki Article
USB ApplicationsGitHub Wiki Article
 
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Stand-Alone MPLAB Harmony v3 Applications and Other Examples

Development ToolDemo Files and Other ResourcesResource Type
Getting Started with SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Development Board Demo CodeZip file
Fitness Tracker Application DemoReference Design Web Page
Location Tagged SOS Application DemoReference Design Web Page
Getting Started with PIC32MZ EF Curiosity 2.0 Development Board Demo CodeZip file
USB Demo with Multiple DrivesReference Design Web Page
Wi-Fi® Based RGB LED Control DemoReference Design Web Page
SD Card Audio Player DemoReference Design Web Page
MPLAB Harmony v3 SD Card Audio Player/Reader Tutorial
Developer Help
Article
Audio Tone Generation Using a Look Up Table with MPLAB Harmony v3
Developer Help
Article
Audio Tone Generation using Text File Stored in an SD Card with MPLAB Harmony v3
Developer Help
Article
SD Card Reader Support to Load Audio Files with MPLAB Harmony v3
Developer Help
Article
Play a WAV Audio File from an SD Card with MPLAB Harmony v3
Developer Help
Article
Low-Power Application on SAM L21 MCUs Using MPLAB Harmony v3 Peripheral Libraries
Developer Help
Article
Low-Power Application on SAM C2x MCUs Using MPLAB Harmony v3 Peripheral Libraries
Developer Help
Article
SleepWalking with Event System Using the SAM E54
Developer Help
Article
Execute-In-Place (XIP) with QSPI on Arm® Cortex®-M7 Based MCUs Using MPLAB Harmony v3
PDF Document
File Transfer Protocol Using MPLAB Harmony v3 TCP/IP Stack
PDF Document
How to Create Non-Cacheable Memory Region on Arm Cortex-M7 Based SAM S70/ E70/ V70/ V71 MCUs Using MPLAB Harmony v3
PDF Document
Using XDMAC with QSPI on Arm Cortex-M7 Based MCUs Using MPLAB Harmony v3
PDF Document
How to Use the TCM on an Arm Cortex-M7 Based MCU with MPLAB XC32 Compiler
PDF Document