ModusToolbox Version 2.2 Documentation | Cypress Semiconductor
ModusToolbox Version 2.2 Documentation
Mar 23, 2021
This page provides brief descriptions and links to various types of documentation included as part the ModusToolbox 2.2 software.
For ModusToolbox version 2.1 documentation, please click here.
For ModusToolbox version 2.0 documentation, please click here.
Getting Started Documents
This section contains general documents to install ModusToolbox software, use the IDE, learn tips for using ModusToolbox in Eclipse, and porting applications from other Cypress IDEs.
|ModusToolbox Installation Guide||This document is available online only. It describes how to install the ModusToolbox software on Windows, Linux, and macOS.|
|ModusToolbox 2.2 Release Notes||This document lists and describes features for this release of ModusToolbox. It also includes known issues and workarounds and important design impacts you should know.|
|ModusToolbox 2.2.1 Patch Release Notes|
|ModusToolbox User Guide||This document provides an overall user guide for ModusToolbox GUI and CLI tools, including getting started and exporting to various IDEs, including Visual Studio Code, IAR Embedded Workbench, and Keil µVision.|
|Eclipse IDE for ModusToolbox Quick Start Guide||This is a short step-by-step guide specifically for using the Eclipse-based IDE to create and build applications for ModusToolbox.|
|Eclipse IDE for ModusToolbox User Guide||This guide also focuses on the Eclipse IDE, covering more details about the IDE and software features.|
|Eclipse Survival Guide||This document is also online only. It offers tips on using the Eclipse environment.|
Configurator and Tool Documents
These documents are located in the "tools" directory in each individual configurator and tool "docs" subfolder.
|Project Creator Guide||Covers how to use the stand-alone tool to create projects for ModusToolbox.|
|Library Manager User Guide||Covers how to add/remove BSPs and libraries for your ModusToolbox project.|
|Device Configurator 2.20 Guide||Covers how to enable and configure platform peripherals, such as clocks and pins, as well as standard MCU peripherals. that do not require their own tool.|
|Device Configurator 2.21 Guide|
|CapSense Configurator 3.10 Guide||Covers how to create and configure CapSense widgets and generate code to control the application firmware.|
|CapSense Configurator 3.11 Guide|
|CapSense Tuner 3.10 Guide||Covers how to use the Tuner to debug your CapSense application.|
|CapSense Tuner 3.11 Guide|
|QSPI Configurator Guide||Covers how to open or create configuration files, configure memory slots, and generate code for your application.|
|Secure Policy Configurator Guide||Covers how to open or create policy configuration files for the Secure MCU devices.|
|Segment LCD Configurator 1.20 Guide||Covers how to configure LCDs and generate code for your application.|
|Segment LCD Configurator 1.21 Guide|
|Smart I/O Configurator 2.20 Guide||Covers how to configure the Smart I/O and generate code for your application.|
|Smart I/O Configurator 2.21 Guide|
|Bluetooth Configurator 2.20 Guide||Covers how to configure Bluetooth parameters and generate code to control the application firmware.|
|Bluetooth Configurator 2.21 Guide|
|USB Configurator Guide||Covers how to design a USB Full Speed device by configuring the descriptors needed for your application.|
|Device Firmware Update Host Guide||Covers how to use the Device Firmware Update Host Tool to communicate with a PSoC 6 MCU with a programmed application and perform various actions, such as program new data, verify, and erase.|