For the past 2 days i've been looking on how to use the chip from my arduino Uno on a breadboard. No success, so far
Here's the deal: I have an arduino Uno, i just want to see the chip working on the breadboard. Since i dont have any capacitors, 16Mhz crystal and stuff, I want the minimal thing.
Question 1: Since I took the chip from my arduino, there's no need to burn a bootloader in it, right?
Question 2: Can't I just upload my sketch while the chip is in the arduino, transfer the chip to the breadboard, connect the +5v and ground in the chip (pins 6, 7, 19 and 21) and have my sketch running?
It's a simple sketch. Just a digitalWrite(12, HIGH) to light up a LED. And, of course, beside the +5v and gnd mentioned above, I connected digital pin 12 to the led.