The correct debug board can make the development process of the project easier to pass-this is why we appreciate this fascinating Raspberry PicoDebug’n’Dump board kit created by the manufacturer Thomas Roth (also known as Stacksmashing).
This The best Raspberry Pi project Being flexible, Roth has laid the foundation for this board design to achieve countless compatibility. It supports a number of different functions through multiple ports and components, including SWD debugging, basic fault testing, SPI flash dump, and has UART and Game Boy Game-Link connection options.
The kit is officially listed on the Stacksmashing website and comes with everything you need soldered in place. All you need to provide is a Raspberry Pi Pico module. It also includes optional headers that can be soldered to the board.
Users can also choose to add an SSD1306 display (see How to use SSD1306 on Pico) Will provide real-time visual output related to debugging data. According to Roth, there are still some tests that need to be completed, after which the board will be available as open source.
If you want to learn more about this useful Pico driver debugging toolkit, please visit Stack smash Website and book before they disappear.