Free ST IDE expands STM32Cube MCU ecosystem

Free ST IDE expands STM32Cube MCU ecosystem

STMicroelectronics has expanded its STM32Cube software ecosystem with STM32CubeIDE, a free STM32 development tool.
By eeNews Europe


The STM32CubeIDE is easy to use and leverages ST’s 2017 acquisition of embedded-development-tool vendor Atollic. STM32CubeIDE is offered under industry-standard open license terms and adds dedicated STM32-specific features to simplify STM32-based embedded designs. These include the powerful STM32CubeMX tool for MCU configuration and managing the project build.

The combination of STM32CubeMX and STM32CubeIDE creates a development environment that is more powerful than typical free tools. The complete STM32Cube ecosystem also contains the STM32CubeProgrammer for MCU programming and STM32CubeMonitor series for monitoring application behaviour, as well as individual MCU-specific embedded software packages.

STM32CubeIDE builds on the user-friendly interface and powerful features of Atollic TrueStudio for STM32, and integrates STM32CubeMX utilities to create a powerful vendor-supported IDE.

The IDE suite contains:

  • Easy-to-use STM32CubeMX configurator and code generator with power consumption and clock tree analysis;
  • Rich TrueStudio features including editor, compiler, build/memory/stack analyzers, project wizard;
  • Debugger, fault analysis, trace and profiling visualization tools, bug tracking;
  • Support for over 800 STM32 microcontroller variants from ultra-low-power STM32L0 to high-performance STM32H7, which combine to leverage the full range of Arm® Cortex®-M 32-bit cores;
  • The IDE is built on proven Eclipse open-source platform and license free under CDT, GCC, and GDB

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