The dev-Board can be used to test and develop on the module.
There are 3 configurations for assembly:
The yellow is the absolute minimum to get the FPGA module to work.
The blue parts are needed if you want to use an external USB to UART USB-stick.
The green parts are for USB to UART which is done by a STM32F042 microcontroller. Its firmware (source and binary is in the repository) and it easily can be flashed with:
dfu-util -v -d 0483:df11 -a 0 -s 0x08000000 -D iccfpga-dev.bin
Also in the repository (link) there are gerber files which can directly be sent to JLCPCB to get 5pcs for $2.
Note: There are two different gerber-files in the repository. One has an additional 4-pin 1.27mm to 2x05-pin 2.54mm adapter, the other not. This 1.27mm pin-header is used in all of my projects for SWD (debugging). I would recommend to go with the adapter-version. The BOM includes both parts used for the adapter.