The MCUXpresso Config Tools is an integrated suite of configuration tools that
help guide users from first evaluation to production software development when
designing with Arm® Cortex®-M-based devices from NXP,
including its general purpose, crossover and wireless-enabled MCUs. These
configuration tools allow developers to quickly build a custom SDK and
leverage pins, clocks and peripherals to generate initialization C code or
register values for custom board support.
The following tools help you design with the MCUXpresso Config Tools.
MCUXpresso IDE - Comes
with integrated configuration tools suite for an easy pin, clocks and
peripherals configurations. Configure a device, edit, compile and debug with
GCC and Eclipse-based IDE.
MCUXpresso Config Tools
- Standalone version which includes all the configuration tools in a one
installation. Designed for an IDE independent usage.
MCUXpresso SDK Builder
- Contains an online version of selected tools. Create a custom SDK based on
your specific evaluation platform or Arm®
Cortex®-M-based MCU and adjust the configuration directly in
All tools and runtime software are complimentary. The assembly and C source
code are provided under permissive open-source licensing. Support is provided
MCUXpresso Config Tools Community Forum.
NOTE: Supported devices can be found by viewing the
MCUXpresso Supported Devices Table
on the NXP community or by visiting the
directly and clicking on "Select Development Board." Additional supported
NXP devices include JN, QN and DSC product families.