Segger Embedded StudioIntegrated Development Environment / IDE

A powerful and easy to use toolbox for developers - FREE for Nordic customers

Valuable development tools
Segger Embedded Studio is an easy-to-use integrated development environment with
project management tools, editor and debugger supporting ARM Cortex devices. Full debug
support including Real Time Terminal (RTT) output is also available.

Key Features
Win
Desktop
Linux
Desktop
macOS
Desktop

Flexible and cross-platform

Flexible compiler options

Users can choose between the included Clang/LLVM or GCC C/C++ compiler options or use
third party compilers. The powerful project manager can even cope with industrial-scale
projects, making it easy to analyze and debug any system.

Cross-platform support
The environment is specifically designed to provide users with everything required for
professional embedded C programming and development, while supporting Windows,
macOS and Linux.

Recommended by Nordic

FREE for our customers

Trusted partners

Segger and Nordic have worked together for years and the Embedded Studio is used
internally by Nordic engineers. As such, if you use Segger Embedded Studio you can expect
additional training and support material.

Free for Nordic customers
Segger’s Embedded Studio IDE is now available for free to all Nordic Semiconductor
customers. Support for Segger Embedded Studio has been added to the latest release of the
nRF5 SDK, enabling developers to get going with code examples out of the box.

The agreement entitles Nordic customers to use Embedded Studio with any ARM Cortex-M
based device in our nRF series of wireless SoCs without any additional charges.

 

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