Hey folks! I've been playing with an Arduino Uno, and I have what may be an odd question. I've just about wrapped up my current project, and I'm starting to think about either making it permanent, or ordering a smaller board (a Nano Every, mabye) and making that one permanent. At the moment, though, it's a mess of wires, with an LCD1602 and a DHT11 hooked in through a breadboard.
Is there a "standard" way to make more-or-less permanent connections for all of this? I could stuff it all in a project box and call it done, but leaving everything patched through a breadboard seems like a recipe for long-term failure. I could replace the breadboard by soldering the wires directly to the LCD and sensor, but Is there an expansion board of some sort I should use? Or is the right path just to solder what connections I can, and leave the rest using the breadboard wires?
I'd be interested to hear what everyone else is doing!