Interesting blog - Using an Arduino to program ATTiny chips
We found this interesting blog from Fork Robotics about subject "Using an Arduino to program ATTiny chips". Similar methods can be used to program the microcontroller in null and null. (Please note that both these products comes with a preprogrammed microcontroller.)
I’ve been in this situation many times: I just finished an Arduino project, I’m happy with it and would love to save it, but I only have 2 Arduino boards. Do I sacrifice one to keep this project intact or pull everything off the breadboard and move on? For all the Arduino enthusiasts that can relate to this, thankfully that’s not the only 2 choices.