Electronut Labs recently released their open source Nordic nRF52832 development board that can be used for your next BLE project. This tiny board can be plugged on a breadboard or soldered on a PCB and provides additional value from just using the BLE module directly as it includes the necessary passive components, buck converter, RGB Led and push button. The board is available for sale on Tindie for 20 USD.
hackaBLE uses the Nordic nRF52832 which in turn is based on an ARM Cortex-M4 core. So you can really program it with any ARM compatible programmer. We do have a convenient solution though, in the form of our Bumpy blackmagic probe compatible SWD debugger and our PogoProg.
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