Unfortunately no. The tools we use to build our firmware are proprietary licensed software combined with our in-house control and algorithm stack developed over few years. This makes it impossible for us to release an IDE. In addition, coding DSP isn't exactly plug&play. The additional technical support load we would have to bear for firmware development by 3rd party developers would be untenable as our engineers would now turn into tech support rather than R&D. Our aim is to simplify DSP programming, not make it more complex. If you’d like to write and debug your own code and drivers, please look into the DSP evaluation kits from Analog Devices and Texas Instruments. These large multinationals do have the tech support team to help code/learn DSP programming. They would be a better fit.