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Welcome to the Zephyr™ Project Wiki

The Zephyr™ Project offers a small, scalable real-time operating system for use on resource-constrained systems supporting multiple architectures. Developers are able to tailor their optimal solution. As a true open source project, the community can evolve the Zephyr Project to support new hardware, developer tools, sensor and device drivers. Advancements in security, device management capabilities, connectivity stacks and file systems can be easily implemented.

Feel free to browse and explore this Wiki using the navigation links on the left. When you're ready, you can also contribute to this Wiki by logging in with your Linux Foundation ID, the same ID used to access other Zephyr project support systems.

Resources

The Resources menu on the left contains everything developers need to know to get started with the Zephyr Project.

  • Downloads and Source contains the download links for the Zephyr Project kernel, release notes, and SDK.
  • You can find lists of boards and sensors supported by the Zephyr Project, as well as setup and configuration information to help developers build Zephyr applications.
  • Follow the examples in the Sample Apps section and gain practical experience in the Zephyr development environment with real-world examples.
  • Once you're ready to start committing code to the Zephyr Project, check out our Contributor Guide to learn how to set up your account and Zephyr project coding conventions, styles, and best practices.
  • Questions? Start with the FAQ! If you've heard a question to which you know the answer, please feel free to add it to the list.
  • If you've started development in the Zephyr Project and something went wrong, check out the Troubleshooting section.

Community support

The Zephyr Project community is always willing to help its members get the most of the Zephyr Project.

Zephyr Program

The Zephyr Program links will get you to the official website and governance documentation.

  • The official Zephyr Project website is your number one resource to learn the basic principles, goals, and design of the Zephyr project.
  • The latest documentation for the kernel, APIs, drivers, etc., is found in the Documentation area.
  • You can learn more about where the Zephyr Project is heading in the Technical Steering Committee and Project Roadmap pages.