Designed and created by Louis D'Hont & Marc VDB
Arduino IO Simulator Windows
You bought an Arduino, What now?
This Arduino Simulator is different than all the other simulators. If you don’t have components like sensors, LEDs..., then this program will simulate the components for you. You need a real Arduino board for testing your programs with your computer and just change some codes to work with the simulator components.
You can also combine simulated inputs/outputs from the simulator and real Arduino IO, now you have made a little HMI (Human Machine Interface).
The Simulator has a lot of components that are required to test your projects.
Also available for MacOS.
Brand new Arduino IO Simulator
Check out this Arduino IO Simulator with a fully redesigned work area provided with drawing tools and drag & drop system integrated. Simulate your project more realistic than ever.
Designed for people in hardware need!
The Arduino Simulator has been drastically changed the way you use a simulator. By communicating with the Arduino board we can simulate everything on the screen. To make everything as easy as possible we created a library that allows users to simulate it by changing 1 letter of there code. This Arduino Simulator is designed to optimally simulate your (IO) projects with the aim of testing your projects without components if you don't have some parts yet you can simulate them.
To use the Simulator, add the following free license key: 5FVKL-CMSM2-ZH9EX-UAFIX-AKRN9
Update for free to the latest version, donations are warmly appreciated!
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Also available for MacOS!
Downloading not possible on smartphones.
The Arduino Simulator is very easy to understand. The simulator needs 5 simple things in order to work correctly.
1. Connect the Arduino Board
The Arduino Simulator works with a lot of Arduino boards:
Only the digital and analog pins that are available on the Simulator can be used!
Disconnect the Arduino Simulator before uploading the Arduino code.
2. Upload your custom Arduino code with the corresponding library file
Open the Simulator and go to 'Help -> Arduino UNO programming code -> Arduino UNO programming code (Ino)'.
This will open an Arduino (ino) file with the corresponding library and important code in it.
3. Change the original Arduino code
In order to let the Simulator understand the code, we have devised our own instructions. To maintain the usability, we have decided to change the current instructions a little bit and replace only the first letter with a capital letter. We have modified the instructions with a point so that the point may be omitted.
digitalWrite(13, HIGH); -> DigitalWrite(13, HIGH);
lcd.print("x"); -> lcdprint("x");
4. Select the used in-outputs in the Arduino Simulator
Each input and output on the Simulator has a selection box where the used digital or analog pin can be connected.
5. Connect the Arduino Simulator to the Arduino board with the right COM port
The Arduino Simulator knows which port is the Arduino board.
Make sure the Arduino is disconnected while uploading the Arduino code.
More information in the User guide.
Version 1.3 - 1.4
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Java JDK information
JavaFX will be removed from the Java JDK (Java Developers Kit) as of JDK 11, which is due in September 2018. It is bundled in the current JDK 9 and will remain in JDK 10, due this spring. Commercial support for JavaFX in JDK 8 will continue through at least 2022. Featuring a set of packages for graphics and media, JavaFX has been part of the JDK download since 2012.
We are currently developing our application with the Java JDK software. We use JDK 8 and because Oracle will stop publishing free JDK updates, we will be able to develop our application up to JDK 10. newer JDK versions will not be used to develop our applications.
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