A breakout board for making wiring up the ESP-Prog debug board really simpleDesigned by Brian Lough in Ireland
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NOTE: This requires additional hardware other than just the ESP32 Dev board. Please read the "Additional Required Hardware" section What is it? It is a Shield for the ESP32 MiniKit that breaks out th…Read More…
NOTE: This requires additional hardware other than just the ESP32 Dev board. Please read the "Additional Required Hardware" section
It is a Shield for the ESP32 MiniKit that breaks out the JTAG pins to allow connecting an external debugger that enables you to debug your Arduino Sketches using Platform.io. With the debugger you can step through code and change the value of variables on the fly.
After watching Andreas Spiess' video on debugging your sketches using Platform.io, I thought a board that broke out the appropriate pins to a 10p IDC connector would be really useful. So instead of connecting your ESP32 board to the ESP-Prog via dupont wires, you can just use a 10P ribbon cable.
You will need the folloing:
Please note: I could not program the ESP32 (via it's own USB cable) while the ESP-Prog was connected to it. Disconnecting the ribbon cable worked.
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Yangmin | Feb. 8, 2021
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