Programming Atmega328p Microcontroller with Arduino IDE
Over the past few tutorials, we have mentioned several scenarios where using any of the Arduino board in a project may be an overkill due to the cost, size, and more technical reasons such as high power consumption. In the last tutorial, we discussed an alternative way of using Arduino, i.e. using the Atmega328p microcontroller alone which removes all the downsides of using the Arduino board, while retaining one of the biggest benefits of the Arduino platform; the ease of programming.
Programming Atmega328p Microcontroller with Arduino IDE – [Link]
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