Building embedded systems using the IDE

If you've used an IDE before, then you already have a good idea of the convenience and power this kind of toolset can offer.

Through a set of related windows, the IDE presents various ways of viewing and working with all the components that comprise your system. In terms of the tasks you can perform, the toolset lets you:

Note: The IDE doesn't require that you abandon the standard QNX Neutrino tools and Makefile structure. On the contrary, it relies on those tools. If you continue to build programs at the command line, you can also benefit from the IDE's unique and powerful tools, such as the QNX System Analysis tool and the QNX System Profiler, which can literally show you, in dynamic, graphical ways, exactly what your system is doing.