I also bought the external programmer of ST
Is this original ST Link also "drag & drop"? (I think only the nucleo has the ST-Link 2.1 (mind the "2.1", all 2.0 are not d&d able!))
This is the really funny part of it, because I can use every computer without installing anything and upload the *.bin via "drag&drop"
The "CZ mini" series are well made in my opinion, I really love the board in my post above.
Next drawback of the nucleo: there is no pin description on the PCB itself
(And the Arduino style numbers (D0-13, A0-A5) makes only sense for MCU's with very less count of pins, for STM32 I always use real names, like "PA4" or "PC3" just to be compatible with other STM32 boards)
I understand what you write. My programmer does not have "drag and drop", but on Windows I can use the application of ST for Flashing, while on Linux you can use "st-flash" or those offered by STM32duino.
I having an external programmer I never bothered to install a bootloade or use convenience as "drag and drop". For these reasons I have never studied how to work the "drag and drop"
I agree with you on the quality of the board CZ mini
but I think that their price is a fundamental element. They cost less than an Arduino -D
This is true, there is no description on the card but the Morpho connectors present on all cards ST Nucleo
, are described on the documentation, just print it.
We must make a distinction, the board CZ Mini
are generic board while ST Nucleo
are commercial products that also have extensions board