Embedded developers who choose the QNX RTOS for its unmatched reliability will soon have another reason to use QNX technology: significantly faster development cycles. This is all thanks to the new QNX integrated development environment (IDE), to be showcased next week at the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC) in San Francisco. Show attendees can have a sneak peek at this QNX offering in booth #818.The new QNX IDE will offer a complete set of tools for code development, project management, debugging, analysis, and profiling, all closely integrated under a single user interface. The QNX IDE will also work across multiple development platforms, including Solaris, Windows, and QNX, allowing all embedded developers working on a project to share the same toolset, even if they use a variety of development hosts.
As the first commercial IDE based on the Eclipse platform, the QNX IDE also provides unparalleled tool-to-tool integration, both at the functional and user-interface levels. Tools can work together seamlessly – even if they are from different tools vendors – allowing developers to choose the best tools available for their project requirements.
OSNews will soon have access to a preview version of the QNX IDE, so expect a preview soon.