Using Arduino IDE with

Dear all,

Do you think that it could be possible to use the arduino IDE with elektor's ARM’ed T-Board :

https://www.elektormagazine.com/articles/introducing-32-bit-t-board-with-arm-cortex-m0/7329

thank you in advance for your reply,

Hi, without looking at the schematics, it sounds compatible with either .cc or .org Zero/M0 bootloader. If you go for the .cc bootloader, you should be able to use the board as a Zero with only Native USB support. It is already done for the Neutrino or other similar board and works great. :)

There is no information about which bootloader is included. If there is no bootloader, you'll have to buy an Atmel ICE to program it yourself.

take a look here:
https://www.mattairtech.com/support/
this is a slightly modified core for the SAMD21E18A and SAMD21E17A
(lower Pin count than the SAMD21G18 of the Zero)

including Bossa/SAM-BA Bootloader and alternative USB-MSD-Bootloader (Mass-Storage-Device)

Dear AloyseTech, dear Dirk67, Thank you very much for your replys. Do you think there exists some kind of ArduinoAsIsp code that coud allow me to upload a bootloader in this ARM'ed T-Board without an Atmel ICE ? Thank you in advance, best regards,

Hi,

I haven't heard of such a program, but I've seen an article about someone communicating through JTAG with an arduino UNO to an ARM chip (here). That could be a good start to make it yourself, even if it requires a lot of work IMHO. I was also not sure about being an Atmel ICE, but finally it's a good investment.