# Setting up a Developer Environment (Toolchain)
The supported platforms for PX4 development are:
- Ubuntu Linux (Recommended)
- Mac OS
- Windows (10/11)
# Supported Targets
The table below shows what PX4 targets you can build on each OS.
|NuttX based hardware: Pixhawk Series, Crazyflie, Intel® Aero Ready to Fly Drone||✓||✓||✓|
|Linux-based hardware: Raspberry Pi 2/3||✓|
|Simulation: jMAVSim SITL||✓||✓||✓|
|Simulation: Gazebo SITL||✓||✓||✓|
|Simulation: Gazebo Classic SITL||✓||✓||✓|
|Simulation: ROS with Gazebo Classic||✓|
|Simulation: ROS 2 with Gazebo||✓|
Experienced Docker users can also build with the containers used by our continuous integration system: Docker Containers
# Next steps
Once you have finished setting up one of the command-line toolchains above:
- Install VSCode (if you prefer using an IDE to the command line).
- Install the QGroundControl Daily Build (opens new window)
- Continue to Building PX4 Software.