This video shows TapNLink wireless modules used for programming and debugging STM32 and other ARM Cortex M microcontrollers over a Bluetooth (BLE) channel. The demo is done on an STM32 Nucleo, however TapNLink can be used on any hardware with an SWD debugging and programming interface.
Ride7 & RKit-ARM
The Raisonance Integrated Development Environment (Ride7) is a full-featured software interface for coding microcontoller application software. With installation of our RKit-ARM it supports programming and debugging of a range of ARM Cortex M-based MCUs and code compiling using the included GCC C/C++ compiler.