Why have development board for avr?
So i just order the AVRISP mkII programmer from amtel and im seeing people talking about using development boards. The tutorial i followed just used the AVRISP mkII programmer to burn the hex files onto the mcu. Do you have to have a development board to program an avr mcu or can you just use the AVRISP mkII programmer.
Does using a development board make it easier to test the finished code on the MCU? If so how do you know a development board is compatible with certain avr mcu’s. I was looking at the 40 pin teensy usb development board but im not seeing how it works. Does the mcu fit into the development board then the breaboard circuitry connect to the development board? And will the 40 pin teensy usb development board work for ATtiny mcu’s or does it have to be a 40 pin mcu?
Im starting to feel like i wasted 50$ ordering the mkII programmer from amtel.
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