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/** \file
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 *
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 *  This file contains special DoxyGen information for the generation of the main page and other special
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 *  documentation pages. It is not a project source file.
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/** \page Page_GettingStarted Getting Started
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 *  Out of the box, LUFA contains a large number of pre-made class demos for you to test, experiment with and
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 *  ultimately build upon for your own projects. All the demos (where possible) come pre-configured to build and
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 *  run correctly on the AT90USB1287 AVR microcontroller, mounted on the Atmel USBKEY board and running at an 8MHz
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 *  master clock. This is due to two reasons; one, it is the hardware the author possesses, and two, it is the most
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 *  popular Atmel USB demonstration board to date. To learn how to reconfigure, recompile and program the included
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 *  LUFA applications using different settings, see the subsections below.
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 *  Most of the included demos in the /Demos/ folder come in both ClassDriver and LowLevel varieties. If you are new
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 *  to LUFA, it is highly recommended that you look at the ClassDriver versions first, which use the pre-made USB
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 *  Class Drivers (\ref Group_USBClassDrivers) to simplify the use of the standard USB classes in user applications.
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 *  For an overview of the included library applications, bootloaders and demos, see \ref Page_LibraryApps.
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 *  <b>Subsections:</b>
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 *  \li \subpage Page_ConfiguringApps - How to Configure the Included Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
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 *  \li \subpage Page_CompilingApps - How to Compile the Included Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
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 *  \li \subpage Page_ProgrammingApps - How to Program an AVR with the Included Demos, Projects and Bootloaders
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