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The Arduino Simulator has many well-known components built in that you can use for your simulations.
Just drag the parts to the worksheet and you're done.
Let me introduce a brand new Arduino Simulator!
The Arduino Simulator has been drastically changed the way you use a simulator. By communicating with the Arduino board we can simulate the IO on your screen. It's designed to optimally simulate your (IO) projects with a graphic aspect on top.
We provided enough components so you can simulate your project or replace the missing parts with software ones. To make everything as easy as possible we created a library that allows users to simulate it by changing 1 letter of there code.
Arduino IO Simulator Drag, Drop & Draw
You bought an Arduino, What now?
This Arduino Simulator is different from 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 drag and drop the components in a worksheet and you can draw everything you want around it. It is also possible to load a background into the worksheet. You can also combine simulated inputs/outputs from the pc 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, we have even been able to integrate more parts into this simulator. If you want a specific sensor then we can build this for you in our simulator.
Drag & Drop
Drag the parts in place with our drag & drop system
The border of the component will turn red, this means that you can drag it into the drawing sheet. The top side and sometimes the component itself is used to reduce the component, this causes the settings to disappear so you get more space to use.
Draw and create your own simulation in a more realistic way
The simulator has got a big redesign and we added drawing tools as well. You can choose between various types of arrows, circles, rectangles, squares… in every color you want.
There is also a possibility to place texts in different fonts of your choice to make realistic simulations.
Save and restore settings
Save your work for later, restore it at any time
After testing your project it's possible to save your simulation with one click and use it back whenever you want.
The simulator can also be used as a drawing program. Just save the drawing with the save button.
Simulate your projects
Simulate your IO on your screen
Write your project in the Arduino IDE. Add the Simulator library and change the codes.
Upload the code to the Arduino board. Select your inputs and outputs in the simulator. Simulate your project.
Use your creativity to make a realistic simulation of your project without having to connect the IO on the board.
It's also possible to connect real IO and combine them with virtual IO.
This Simulator is built
for beginners and creators
Test your code whenever you want
Whether you are building an Arduino project or just started working with Arduino, you can use this simulator to test your ideas without any electrical or almost no components. We have the most used parts available and we are still developing new parts.
Get free updates (coming soon on mac)
We have an updater built in to provide you with the latest updates quickly and easily so that you can test your projects even better. If you would like to see a part in the simulator, you can ask us, we will investigate whether it is technically possible to add the new feature.
Just change the first letter and you're ready to test
Change the first letter in your code to use the simulators test library
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");
— 4GB's of memory (RAM)
— Intel Core i3 or AMD E1-6010 APU with AMD Radeon Graphics or Intel Atom
— Windows XP
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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