Can I just program the chip whilst it's in the Uno, then take the chip out, give the correct pins power, and have it work as it would if it was in the Uno?
Or do they leave the development board there?
can't see where the resistor goes
Quotecan't see where the resistor goesOh.. Hmmmm. The UNO schematic shows a 1 meg ohm resistor across the crystal:http://arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/Arduino_Uno_Rev3-schematic.pdfAnyone have experience with this resistor + or - ??
Where could I find exactly which crystal and capacitors I would need? Being able to program the chip whilst it's sitting in the Uno board, and then just taking it out after that would be the most simple way I would think, at least until I get a better understanding of how the circuitry works.
What would I need a reset button for? Would that be as simple as adding a push button to pin 1 of the chip?