Development with LPC microcontrollers is supported by a range of choices from leaders in embedded development tools. NXP® works closely with these development tool experts to enable developers to fully utilize the benefits their tools can deliver. To learn more about LPC development ecosystem partners, you can review their introductory messages below. To find the latest information on partner products based on LPC microcontrollers, consult the Partner Product Cross Reference.
Better development tools mean better software. The Atollic® TrueSTUDIO® C/C++ IDE for ARM integrates easy-to-use tools to help you efficiently write, manage, review, debug and deploy higher quality software. The unique crash analyzer and real-time tracing capability helps you find bugs, diagnose crash conditions, and find coding problems faster and easier than ever. Develop your next LPC-based solution with TrueSTUDIO. Find out more and request a 30-day evaluation of TrueSTUDIO Pro at atollic.com. Learn More
IAR Systems is the world’s leading provider of development tools for embedded systems. The highly optimizing C/C++ compiler and debugger tool suite IAR Embedded Workbench supports a wide range of microcontrollers, including all ARM cores. IAR Systems also provides integrated debug probes, starter kits, and graphical state machine design tools. Learn More
The Keil tools by ARM provide a complete software development environment for ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers. Keil MDK, the MDK Middleware, the ULINK debug adapters and various development boards for the NXP LPC product lines are the foundation for efficient software development and short time to market. Learn More
Sourcery™ CodeBench goes beyond just the compiler for NXP MCU devices to provide developers with powerful open source, embedded C/C++ development tools to build, debug, analyze and optimize embedded software in complex heterogeneous architectures. Learn More
Rowley Associates has been selling the industry leading CrossWorks for ARM IDE for more than 10 years. The 3 major revisions of CrossWorks for ARM have supported NXP ARM/Cortex devices starting with the LPC2106 which we continue to use in our CrossConnect for ARM debug cable. Learn More