I am designing a circuit/software for some guy...
I am using an ATmega328 surface-mounted microcontroller in the design and am just supplying the schematic and code. He is going to build it (make a PCB) and use it for his business.
I was going to program it using the Arduino IDE since I have more experience with that and was going to add in an ISP header and suggest using this http://docs-europe.electrocomponents.com/webdocs/0dba/0900766b80dba9b4.pdf to program it..
However I noticed that the 328 is not listed under the supported devices for that programmer?? And even if it was I am unsure if that would work using the regular Arduino program?
What is the best way for me to do this? I need to be able to test the code on my Arduino Uno, and also provide the means for him to easily program the code onto a new chip on the PCB.
I don't mind programming it outside of the Arduino IDE if I need to as long as I can test that code with my Arduino Uno.
I tried looking around for answers, but I didn't find anything satisfactory. Here is the schematic I have so far, with an ISP header (that apparently isn't supported?)