Recently I m using the ATtiny 85, programing it through the arduino.
However I have found myself constantly shifting the chip between programing circuit and the development circuit.
Well until I have built the development board...
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Step 1: Supplies
Arduino pro mini or one other
Male and female pins connectors
(If you are using the arduino pro mini like me you will also need a uart to serial converter)
Step 2: Wiring
There is a different between the io pins numbers and the chip pins numbers, as for the connections to the arduino I use the chip pins numbers :
Arduino => ATTiny
Vcc => 8
GND => 4
D10 => 1
D11 => 5
D12 => 6
D13 => 7
I also connected the io pins according to its numbers to the connectors as follow
ATtiny => connectors (from left to right)
5 => 1 (while programing you refer it as 0)
6 => 2 (1)
7 => 3 (2)
2 => 4 (3)
3 => 5 (4)
GND => 6
Vcc => 7
Put the capacitor between GND and RST