nRF Connect for VS Code
Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF Connect extension turns VS Code into a complete IDE for developing applications for nRF91, nRF53 and nRF52 Series devices on Windows, macOS, or Linux. This includes an interface to the compiler and linker, an RTOS-aware debugger, a seamless interface to the nRF Connect SDK, and a serial terminal.
For detailed information about the extension, see the nRF Connect for VS Code documentation site.
You can help improve nRF Connect by sending Nordic Semiconductor anonymous statistics on how you interact with the extension. You can enable or disable this feature at any time in the User Settings.
Go to Preferences > Settings > Extensions > nRF Connect >
The extension also respects the main VS Code telemetry setting found in the menu paths below:
Go to Preferences > Settings > Application > Telemetry >
What kind of information do we collect?
When telemetry is enabled, the extension collects the following information:
How do we use this information?
The information is used to analyze user interaction with nRF Connect and determine areas of improvement.
How is this information processed and shared?
All telemetry entries are identified by a hash value that is unique to the current instance setup. No personal details are disclosed in the telemetry data. We do not share the data to any third-party companies or individuals outside of Nordic Semiconductor.
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