XBODE is an open-source programming language for online circuit simulation. It is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. It was founded in 2012 by Niten Pangotra and Sandeep Sing Rana, two well-known executives in the software industry. The company is a nonprofit, allowing everyone to use it.
It is an online circuit simulator
XBODE is an online circuit simulator that allows users to create arbitrary electrical circuits. It works on any computer with an Internet connection. Once you register for a free account, you can go to the website and click “Create New Circuit.” You can choose various electronic circuit components in the library. You can either search for the components by name, or browse through the different categories.
Circuit simulators for online use are becoming increasingly popular among both professionals and electronic hobbyists. Many of these simulators are free, but they do require you to create a user account. These programs are also easy to use, and most of them can be embedded into a web page for convenience.
XBODE has a simple yet useful interface. A schematic is displayed on the screen and animated to help you follow the circuit. The circuit is color coded to represent different voltage levels. Positive voltages are green, while negative voltages are gray. Ground is red. The interface is very easy to use and there is a tutorial to help you learn the basics of XBODE.
It is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X
XBODE is an open source emulator for Mac and Windows computers. It lets you run Windows applications on your computer and use Mac OS X applications on Windows. The emulator lets you create virtual machines with various settings, such as memory size and processor. You can also edit the VMX file, which is used to customize the virtual machine.