If you have Microchip Microstick II module, then this combo offers a quick and easy way to get started programming the PIC32. Thomas Kibalo, who has written many articles for Nuts & Volts magazine delivers the beginner's book many have been looking for: Beginner’s Guide to Programming the PIC32 takes you step by step through the fundamentals of programming the PIC32. His clear explanations of the inner workings make learning the PIC32 architecture easy. His code examples demonstrate how to perform the functions most applications require.
Beginner's Guide to Programming the PIC32.
The projects include:
Driving LEDs Reading momentary switch Analog to Digital Conversion
Driving an LCD display Timers and Timer Interrupts Optimizing
Performance Serial RS232 communication SPI communication Pulse Width
Modulation Controlling the PIC32 Real Time Clock and Calendar Peripheral
Pin Select Running Arduino Style code on PIC32 Kibalo also shows you
how to run the popular Arduino style code on a PIC32 platform. Using the
Microstick II and his library of functions he described throughout the
book, you’ll be running Arduino examples on the Microstick II in no