I’m working on a project that may end up with production of a few hundred units. Well, I think this is actually the production volume that NTMF is targeting. With that in mind, assume I have written up all the codes in visual studio, tested them on prototype boards, then how do I move on to actual deployment for production?
We are talking about three layers of code:1) tinybooter; 2) NTMF firmware; 3) my application code. For prototype boards or even small production run, I can leave the USB port and load button on board, put tinybooter then firmware then my application code onto board. But for production, this seems not feasible. So can I deploy all those codes in one shot?
I know MSP430 code can be easily burnt into chips through a target board/socket by JTAG. How about STM32F4? I have a J-LINK tool but have never used it. What a shame on me. LOL