Commit 7cbea39c authored by Dean Camera's avatar Dean Camera
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* to LUFA, it is highly recommended that you look at the ClassDriver versions first, which use the pre-made USB
* Class Drivers (\ref Group_USBClassDrivers) to simplify the use of the standard USB classes in user applications.
*
* For an overview of the included library applications, bootloaders and demos, see \ref Page_LibraryApps.
*
* <b>Subsections:</b>
* \li \subpage Page_ConfiguringApps - How to Configure the Included Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
* \li \subpage Page_CompilingApps - How to Compile the Included Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
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/** \file
*
* This file contains special DoxyGen information for the generation of the main page and other special
* documentation pages. It is not a project source file.
*/
/** \page Page_LibraryApps Included Library Applications
*
* The LUFA library ships with several different host and device demos, located in the /Demos/ subdirectory. Within this
* directory the demos are separated by USB mode (Device, Host, OTG) and further separated by the use or non-use of the
* library USB Class drivers (which abstract out the actual implementation of the USB classes to simplify development even
* further at the expense of a loss of flexibility).
*
* With one or two exceptions (e.g. proprietary classes such as RNDIS) all the included demos will work across all OSes without
* the need for special drivers. On Windows, some demos require the supplied .INF file to be used as the device driver, which
* directs the OS to use its inbuilt class drivers for the device.
*
* Also included with the library are two fully functional bootloaders, located in the /Bootloaders/ subdirectory.
* The DFU class bootloader is compatible with Atmel's FLIP software or the open source dfu-programmer project, while
* the CDC class (AVR109 protocol) is compatible with such open source software as AVRDUDE and AVR-OSP.
*
* User-submitted projects are located in the /Projects/ subdirectory. If you wish to have your LUFA project included,
* please email it to the Library author.
*
* \section Sec_AppOverview Overview of Included Library Applications
* The following shows the folder structure of the included library applications, including demos, bootloaders and user-submitted
* open source projects.
*
* <small>
*
* - <b>Demos</b>
* - <b>Device</b>
* - <b>ClassDriver</b>
* - <b>AudioInput</b> - Audio In (microphone) demo, using the library USB Audio Class driver framework
* - <b>AudioOutput</b> - Audio Out (speaker) demo, using the library USB Audio Class driver framework
* - <b>DualVirtualSerial</b> - Dual Virtual Serial Port demo, using the library USB CDC Class driver framework
* - <b>GenericHID</b> - Generic Human Interface Class demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>Joystick</b> - USB Joystick demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>Keyboard</b> - USB Keyboard demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>KeyboardMouse</b> - Dual Keyboard/Mouse demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>KeyboardMouseMultiReport</b> - Multi HID report Keyboard/Mouse demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>MassStorage</b> - Dual Drive Mass Storage demo, using the library USB Mass Storage Class driver framework
* - <b>MassStorageKeyboard</b> - Mass Storage and Keyboard demo, using the library USB Mass Storage/HID Class driver frameworks
* - <b>MIDI</b> - MIDI In demo, using the library USB MIDI-Audio Class driver framework
* - <b>Mouse</b> - USB Mouse demo, using the library USB HID driver framework
* - <b>RNDISEthernet</b> - RNDIS Ethernet Webserver demo, using the library USB RNDIS driver framework
* - <b>VirtualSerial</b> - Virtual Serial Port demo, using the library USB CDC Class driver framework
* - <b>VirtualSerialMassStorage</b> - Virtual Serial Port and Mass Storage demo, using the library USB CDC and Mass Storage Class driver frameworks
* - <b>VirtualSerialMouse</b> - Virtual Serial Port and Mouse demo, using the library USB CDC and HID Class driver frameworks
* - <b>LowLevel</b>
* - <b>AudioInput</b> - Audio In (microphone) demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Audio class
* - <b>AudioOutput</b> - Audio Out (speaker) demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Audio class
* - <b>DualVirtualSerial</b> - Dual Virtual Serial Port demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB CDC class
* - <b>GenericHID</b> - Generic Human Interface Class demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>Joystick</b> - USB Joystick demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>Keyboard</b> - USB Keyboard demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>KeyboardMouse</b> - Dual Keyboard/Mouse demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>MassStorage</b> - Dual Drive Mass Storage demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Mass Storage class
* - <b>MIDI</b> - MIDI In demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB MIDI-Audio class
* - <b>Mouse</b> - USB Mouse demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>RNDISEthernet</b> - RNDIS Ethernet Webserver demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB RNDIS class
* - <b>VirtualSerial</b> - Virtual Serial Port demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB CDC class
* - <b>Incomplete</b>
* - <b>SideShow</b> - Incomplete Windows SideShow demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB SideShow class
* - <b>TestAndMeasurement</b> - Incomplete Test and Measurement demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Test and
* Measurement class
* - <b>Host</b>
* - <b>ClassDriver</b>
* - <b>AndroidAccessoryHost</b> - Android Accessory host demo, using the library USB Android Open Accessory Class driver framework
* - <b>AudioInputHost</b> - Audio Input host demo, using the library USB Audio Class driver framework
* - <b>AudioOutputHost</b> - Audio Output host demo, using the library USB Audio Class driver framework
* - <b>JoystickHostWithParser</b> - Joystick host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>KeyboardHost</b> - USB Keyboard host demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>KeyboardHostWithParser</b> - USB Keyboard host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the library USB HID Class
* driver framework
* - <b>MassStorageHost</b> - Mass Storage host demo, using the library USB Mass Storage Class driver framework
* - <b>MouseHost</b> - Mouse host demo, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>MouseHostWithParser</b> - Mouse host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the library USB HID Class driver framework
* - <b>RNDISHost</b> - RNDIS Ethernet host demo, using the library USB RNDIS Class driver framework
* - <b>StillImageHost</b> - Still Image Camera host demo, using the library USB Still Image Class driver framework
* - <b>VirtualSerialHost</b> - Virtual Serial Port host demo, using the library USB CDC Class driver framework
* - <b>LowLevel</b>
* - <b>AndroidAccessoryHost</b> - Android Accessory host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the Android Open Accessory class
* - <b>AudioInputHost</b> - Audio Input host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Audio class
* - <b>AudioOutputHost</b> - Audio Output host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Audio class
* - <b>GenericHIDHost</b> - Generic HID host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>JoystickHostWithParser</b> - Joystick host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement
* the USB HID class
* - <b>KeyboardHost</b> - USB Keyboard host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>KeyboardHostWithParser</b> - USB Keyboard host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the low level LUFA APIs to
* implement the USB HID class
* - <b>MassStorageHost</b> - Mass Storage host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Mass Storage class
* - <b>MouseHost</b> - Mouse host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB HID class
* - <b>MouseHostWithParser</b> - Mouse host demo with HID Descriptor parser, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the
* USB HID class
* - <b>PrinterHost</b> - Printer host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Printer class
* - <b>RNDISHost</b> - RNDIS Ethernet host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the RNDIS class
* - <b>StillImageHost</b> - Still Image Camera host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Still Image class
* - <b>VirtualSerialHost</b> - Virtual Serial Port host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB CDC class
* - <b>Incomplete</b>
* - <b>BluetoothHost</b> - Incomplete Bluetooth host demo, using the low level LUFA APIs to implement the USB Bluetooth class
* - <b>DualRole</b>
* - <b>ClassDriver</b>
* - <b>MouseHostDevice</b> - Dual role Mouse Host and Mouse Device demo, using the library USB CDC Class driver framework
* - <b>Bootloaders</b>
* - <b>CDC</b> - CDC Class USB bootloader, compatible with any AVR910 protocol programming software such as AVRDude
* - <b>DFU</b> - DFU Class USB bootloader, compatible with Atmel's FLIP and the open source dfu-programmer software
* - <b>HID</b> - HID Class USB bootloader, compatible with a modified PJRC TeensyHID protocol loader application software
* - <b>Projects</b>
* - <b>AVRISP-MKII</b> - AVRISP-MKII Programmer Clone project
* - <b>Benito</b> - Benito Board Arduino Programmer project
* - <b>HIDReportViewer</b> - HID Device Report Viewer project
* - <b>LEDNotifier</b> - USB LED Notification project
* - <b>Magstripe</b> - Magnetic Stripe Card Reader project
* - <b>MediaController</b> - Media Playback Controller project
* - <b>MIDIToneGenerator</b> - MIDI Note Tone Generator project
* - <b>MissileLaucher</b> - Toy Missile Launcher Host project
* - <b>RelayBoard</b> - Relay board controller, controllable via the "sismpctl" Linux application
* - <b>TempDataLogger</b> - Temperature Datalogging project, using the FatFS library
* - <b>USBtoSerial</b> - USB to USART Serial Converter project
* - <b>Webserver</b> - RNDIS Host Webserver with DHCP client, powered by uIP TCP/IP stack project and FatFS library
* - <b>XPLAINBridge</b> - XPLAIN alternative PDI Programmer/USB to Serial Bridge firmware project
* - <b>Incomplete</b>
* - <b>StandaloneProgrammer</b> - Incomplete Standalone AVR Programmer application, to program AVRs directly from a Mass Storage disk
*
* </small>
*/
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* \li \subpage Page_Donating - Donating to support this project
* \li \subpage Page_AboutLUFA - LUFA Support and Resources
* \li \subpage Page_WhyUseLUFA - What are the advantages of using LUFA?
* \li \subpage Page_LibraryApps - Overview of included Demos, Bootloaders and Projects
*/
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