Native host application development on Linux is now smoother, thanks to Linux Studio. Developers can enjoy a frontend based on the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Embedded Studio. This means a graphical user interface for creating and developing projects along with a powerful project manager for keeping track, a source code editor and a graphical debugger for catching snags.
Anyone who has used Embedded Studio to develop will find Linux Studio to be the perfect fit. It means a boost in productivity, not to mention the efficiency of using a single common environment for all projects. And if you only do host application development, Linux Studio is likely to be the best choice. Quite simply, all development tools are both easily accessible and intuitive.
A single, complete solution for all your projects. With Linux Studio, that’s what’s available: a complete IDE which includes a source code editor, graphical debugger and project manager. All specifically for Linux native host applications.
Development can be tricky enough as it is – why make it more difficult? Linux Studio’s sleek interface is similar to that of Embedded Studio’s, presenting a Visual Studio-style appearance. Ultimately, this means ease of operation and a more efficient use of your time.
Whatever information or debug controls a developer needs is covered by Linux Studio’s graphical debugger. No more configuring or using separate tools; the graphical debugger has everything in one place allowing for a more efficient and satisfying experience.
Under SEGGER’s Friendly License Linux Studio is free for non-commercial use or for evaluation. If your project is for teaching, learning, studying, a hobby or any project not intended to be sold, you can take full advantage of the features Linux Studio has to offer.