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by Mohammad Afaneh

The complete tutorial for developing and debugging nRF52 applications on a Mac

I realize that there are already multiple tutorials on how to configure GCC along with Eclipse or SEGGER Embedded Studio (for use on a Mac), but this tutorial goes over setting up a different IDE. The more choices the better, right? ;)

The IDE of choice for me is NetBeans. NetBeans is well known for Java development but not as much for C/C++ or embedded. However, I personally have been using it for embedded development for about 10 years now (both embedded Linux and MCU-level development). In this tutorial, I'll be going over how to set up and configure...

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by Hung Bui

Segger Embedded Studio - A Cross Platform IDE

Download and Setup

Note: It is recommended, but not necessary, to use the most recent releases of the above software.

Importing a Keil uVision project

Note: From nRF5 SDK v14.1, Segger Embedded studio projects are officially supported. If using v14.1 or newer, please use the native SES-projects instead of the "import" function.

  • Open SEGGER Embedded Studio 3.10e
  • Select Tools -> Package Manager... and install the CMSIS-CORE Support Package

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  • Select File -> Import IAR...
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by Michael Dietz

Segger Embedded Studio blog post rev2 DEPRECATED

Depreceted

see new blog post for new version of embedded studio here:

https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/blogs/1032/segger-embedded-studio-a-cross-platform-ide-w-no-c/

Introduction

This post is an introductory tutorial to SEGGER Embedded Studio. If you haven't already please skim through this post https://devzone.nordicsemi.com/blogs/825/segger-embedded-studio-cross-platform-ide-w-no-cod/ but don't follow along with it. This is the new and improved tutorial using the nRF device pack and assumes no prior knowledge on Embedded Studio.

After following this tutorial you will be able to build, debug and run a BLE project on nRF5x devices! You will also be able to load...

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by Michael Dietz

nrfjprog, pynrfjprog - Intro, Mac OS X & Linux now supported, New Feature

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Do you want a more efficient way to program your devices than nRFgo Studio? Are you an OS X or Linux user who has struggled setting up a toolchain for nRF5x devices? Maybe you are using JLink.exe or an open source tool to program your devices or maybe you even wrote your own? If this is you READ THIS POST!

If you...

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