1. Introduction to the Intel® SoC FPGA Embedded Development Suite (SoC EDS) 2. Installing the Tools 3. Running the Tools 4. SoC EDS Licensing 5. Arm* Development Studio* for Intel® SoC FPGA Edition 6. Boot Tools User Guide 7. Hardware Library 8. Using the HPS Flash Programmer 9. Bare Metal Compilers 10. SD Card Boot Utility 11. Linux* Device Tree Generator 12. Support and Feedback
1.3. Differences Between Standard and Professional Editions
The main difference between the two different editions exists in the SoC devices that are supported, as mentioned in the previous section.
Things to know about installation and licensing for the two editions:
- The default installation paths are different between editions. For details on the default installation paths, refer to the "Installing the Intel® SoC FPGA EDS" chapter.
- There are no licensing differences between SoC EDS editions. None of the components included with SoC EDS require a license. Only the Arm* DS* for Intel® SoC FPGA Edition requires a license.