Hi Hanzibal wellcome to the PSoC world. It' include a programmer "MiniProg1" as you see in the picture. It can programming PSoC1 via USB. Do not worry.
When you dig into the documentation you'll see that there is a programming interface ISSP on the PSoC boards. This is a serial interface and when you put the keyword "ISSP" into the keyword search on top of this page you are going to find tons of documentation about that. The ISSP interface resembles a bit like I2C needing additional lines for optionally supplying power.
When you are using Designer there is a selection for programming,
and you will see the Miniprog listed to connect to the part/board, and
then program it.
If you go to cypress.com, there is a page for minprog1 and a manual
for it as well. If not included on CD.
Hi all and thanks for your answers!
I know about regular programming from the IDE using the included MiniProg1.
I'm looking for something that let's you do in-field firmware uploads with something much simpler than the MiniProg1.
Sorry for being unclear about this.
Maybe ISSP is what I was looking for, I'll dig into that.
A pSoC 4 demo board (the red one) and a pSoc 1 eval kit are on their way over here...can't wait to get my hands on them!
This tech is just amazing!
Dana, that is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!