What kind of USB communication do you want to do ?
If you want to use a virtual COM port, I have an example project implementing FIFO to the CDC class device.
There are README files in English and Japanese to explain about the implementation.
If you want a high speed communication, I have an example project using the BULK transfers.
This example is created as an appendix to my blog article in Japanese.
Sorry, there is no English version articles for this.
If you want to create a composite device containing both virtual COM port and BULK, I have an example project for the composite device.
This has no README files, no articles.
Hello, thank you for responding to my message. I would like to use the PSCO5 kit to development a USB host application. I don't know what a virtual comm port it.
Please refer to the link: https://www.cypress.com/documentation/code-examples/psoc-345-code-examples which contains code examples for the PSoC 5LP device. All the USB code examples for PSoC 5LP are available here.
Also, in PSoC Creator you can go to Find (on menu bar) > Code example. In the Find Code Example box select:
Device family: PSoC 5LP
Filter by: USB
The list of USB code examples available for PSoC 5LP will come up. You can download code example and Create project.
Please let me know if this helps
In reply to EktanN_26, I expect the OP doesn't really mean 'host'. Just a slip in terminology, perhaps.
The CY8CKIT-059 is cheap and useable if you want to fiddle with USB. If you want to use 'pure' USB, you are constrained to using the Cypress drivers, (i.e. cyusb3.sys) and the Cypress VID (vendor ID) and PID (product ID) but you are only permitted to do this for evaluating the product or some such restriction. You categorically cannot use them commercially. Or, if you are rich, you could cough up a few thousand dollars to the USB Implementer' Forum for your own VID/PID.
The next option is to use the driverless model. This is for things like mice, keyboards and other standardised items that more or less do the same things. One possibility here is to use the COM port emulation where your USB device pops up as a serial port on the PC and you can then use old-fashioned serial communications software to exchange information.
There is also a little example called 'square mouse' or something like that that makes your mouse dance around your screen in a very un-murinelike manner. This demonstrates the HID mouse function and might entertain for a few minutes.
Also, on youTube, there is a demo of USB code which works but is a bit tricky to follow.
The CY8CKIT-059 has a break-off programmer / debugger. This will also work with other PSoC parts and is as good as the MiniProg3 at a fraction of the cost.