MPLAB Snap debugger programmer
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MPLAB Snap debugger programmer

RS Components is now stocking Microchip’s MPLAB Snap in-circuit debugger/programmer, for simple and quick debugging and programming of most Microchip PIC, AVR and SAM flash MCUs. [via] The MPLAB® Snap In-Circuit Debugger/Programmer allows affordable, fast and easy debugging and...

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Flipper Allows You Build Embbeded Applications with Any Programming Language
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Flipper Allows You Build Embbeded Applications with Any Programming Language

With the rise of Arduino, Raspberry Pi and others; embedded platform has been known to be programmed with a relatively few languages. Languages like C and C++ has been the tradition  for embedded platforms, and others like Python and maybe Javascript are beginning to see some limelight...

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Sino: bit – Changing Programming for Kids All Over the World
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Sino: bit – Changing Programming for Kids All Over the World

Creating projects with Arduino can be challenging for kids, this may cause children to lose interest in electronics and DIY projects. The most complicated part is usually the connections required to use a sensor, led matrix or other devices that can be connected to the Arduino (or other...

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Attiny Programmer (using Arduino UNO)
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Attiny Programmer (using Arduino UNO)

by CrtSuznik @ instructables.com: The Arduino UNO is small, but if you require your project to be in a small enclosure, the UNO might be way too big. You could try using a NANO or MINI, but if you really want to go small, you go tiny, Attiny to be precise. They are quite small, cheap...

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A simple and reliable programming & test jig
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A simple and reliable programming & test jig

Pieter @ piconomix.com tipped us with his latest build. Check it out on the link below. I recently had to create a programming jig for an ATmega328PB based board. 1mm diameter test pads were placed on the bottom of the PCB to give access to the ISP pins. Normally one would add two...

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How to Write and Run a C Program on the Raspberry Pi
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How to Write and Run a C Program on the Raspberry Pi

In this tutorial, circuitbasics.com discuss what a C program is, what C programming is used for, and finally, how to write and run a C program on the Raspberry Pi. The C programming language is one of the most widely used programming languages of all time. It is computationally...

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A Mass Programming Bench for ATMega32u4 MCUs
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A Mass Programming Bench for ATMega32u4 MCUs

"limpkin" @ limpkin.fr wanted to program some thousand of MCUs so he decided to build his own programming bench. He writes: As you may know I started the Mooltipass offline password keeper project more than 2 years ago. Together with a team of volunteers from all over the globe I...

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Turn Arduino into an AVR TPI Programmer
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Turn Arduino into an AVR TPI Programmer

Elliot Williams @ hackaday.com show us how to use your Arduino to program AVR TPI enabled microcontrollers. Turning an Arduino of virtually any sort into a simple AVR 6-pin ISP programmer is old hat. But when Atmel came out with a series of really tiny AVR chips, the ATtiny10 and...

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