There are lots of ARM boards for sure. Many of them have different features and sizes. But following designed by Squonk24 is a bit different. Actually USBug board doesn’t stand out in the crowd of others by its look, but gives one nice feature many of you may love. Once plugged to PC USB port it is recognized as USB memory and compiled binary can be simply copied/dragged. Residing booloader takes file and flashes it in to memory.
So no special programmer cable or software is required. Works fine on any operating system like Mac OS X, Linux or Windows. Board is powered by NXP LPC ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller hawing 64kB of flash. There are 40 I/O pins available for use. Squonk24 have done nice job by documenting it. It’s an open source project with files available in Github.