I followed regular tutorial and I was able to burn boot-loader on my standalone ATM328 chip, but because I'm using this CH340 UNO and example is with regular UNO, I can't just remove the chip from there (CH340 UNO) and upload the code directly to my new standalone chip trough that board.
So what I tried was to use my FTDI cable, so I hooked up GND, RX, TX and VCC for my breadboard from there, but when I tried to upload a sketch I keep getting that message that programmer is not responding.
So I was wondering, is there a way to use this Chinese board to upload sketch to my new chip without de-soldering the chip from that board as option one.
As option two what I'm doing wrong with FTDI cable and why I'm not able to upload sketch directly like that? I saw some comments related to some auto-reset that needs to be implemented but I'm not following that part, not sure what I need to hookup extra for that...
OK, everything works great now! I just needed one pull-up resistor for reset pin.