To accelerate development of devices and services for the Internet of Things, the Bluetooth SIG has launched a Bluetooth Developer Studio.
The drag-and-drop interface isn’t a traditional IDE, per se, but more a means to quickly design what you want from your product. There are also several existing products that can be forked to fit your specific needs.
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Bluetooth Developer Studio has tools that will auto-generate code based on your design, which are meant to work with specific hardware from third-party manufacturers. It also lets you create plug-ins for use with apps, which can be tested in a virtual environment or on physical devices.
For specific use-cases, Bluetooth Developer Studio is a good jumping-off point. If you want to get started, the SIG is hosting an introductory webinar on the 29th.