Like if you have or are interested in any of these nRF52840 boards:
And some Arduino Nano 33 BLE Sense boards.
Why all this interest in the nRF52840 SOC made by Nordic?
It just kind of bugs me that Bluetooth Low Energy BLE5 is standardized and yet all these boards have their own way to compile and install their own example programs making an already confusing system even more confusing. I think PlatformIO.org is the key to working with all these boards and using their different strengths to our advantage.
The PaltformIO Github about these boards is at https://github.com/platformio/platform-nordicnrf52
It looks like the “develop” Github branch already has entries for these boards
96b_nitrogen.json adafruit_cplaynrf52840.json adafruit_feather_nrf52832.json adafruit_feather_nrf52840.json adafruit_itsybitsy_nrf52840.json adafruit_metro_nrf52840.json bluey.json delta_dfbm_nq620.json electronut_blip.json electronut_papyr.json hackaBLE.json holyiot_yj16019.json laird_bl652_dvk.json laird_bl654_dvk.json nano33ble.json nrf52832_mdk.json nrf52840_dk.json nrf52840_dk_adafruit.json nrf52840_mdk.json nrf52_dk.json particle_argon.json particle_boron.json particle_xenon.json redbear_blenano2.json redbear_blend2.json sdt52832b.json stct_nrf52_minidev.json thingy_52.json ublox_evk_nina_b1.json vbluno52.json
And finally I have made an online Docker that works in the browser using Gitpod.io, with pre-loaded Nordic sdk examples, PlatformIO core and Openthread.io in a Debian Linux distribution with the gcc-arm compiler also pre-installed. Yes Gitpods are amazing ! The Github is here and the Snapshot is :
First thing I am trying to do is find a good bootloader to load onto the various devices, see forum entry here
Anyone had much success with any of these?
Once again, please like if you have any of these boards or are interested in this topic.