Inxton Explained

How to get up and running with Inxton in six simple steps?

Follow these six simple steps and get started with Inxton. You can download a preview version of Inxton to try it out first — experience all the benefits with absolutely no commitment!

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Inxton Explained

Why Inxton and How It Helps With Your PLC

We are just like you – we have struggled with programming PLCs just like you might be right now. That is why we designed an environment to increase the efficiency of automation programmers. Inxton is developed independently, yet stays responsive to the programmers’ needs — to your needs.

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Inxton Explained

Understanding Inxton in One Diagram

In this day and age, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are required to do more than ever before: access databases, make HTTP requests, build JSONs - things they were never meant to do, even though it is possible.

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Inxton Explained

The Future of PLC Coding: Get to Know Inxton in 90 Seconds

Hey, we are Inxton!👋 We are a group of tech enthusiasts from MTS; helping the new generation of automation engineers to bridge the gap between PLC programming and modern ways of writing code.

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Weekly Thoughts

Growing PLCs from Simple Logic Controllers to Complex Solutions

With more than 200k free libraries and a community of millions of programmers, there is no such thing as an impossible task with Inxton. We are talking about NuGet.org, where programmers and companies share their libraries for free. We are talking...

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Weekly Thoughts

How Can We Create a Better Future By Combining C# and .NET with Beckhoff Twincat3

What’s the crème de la crème of proven concepts? We would say it's a wheel. It even has its own saying: Do not reinvent the wheel! When we reinvent the wheel it’s usually because we are not aware of the existing solution.

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Weekly Thoughts

How Can We Code a PLC, Not Draw in Ladder?

Have you used Gmail, Outlook, or an app on your phone recently? 📱🌐 Of course, you have. It’s almost impossible to avoid them. You may not realize it, but there are millions of lines of code under the hood.

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Weekly Thoughts

How Can We Focus on What to Do With PLCs and Not How to Do It?

You're a visionary. Even though you don't believe it 👀 You’ve got a vision. It's blurry, but with time it gets clearer. Blinded by the idea, you don't see any obstacles along the road. That's good. There's a visionary inside you. An innovator.

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Weekly Thoughts

How Can We Use Our Laziness In a Good Way in the PLC World?

Imagine, you’re sitting on the couch, watching a movie, while you’re supposed to do the other thing. Your dishes. It’s not hard work, but let’s face it – you’re probably too lazy to stand up from the comfort zone and do the unsatisfying work.

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Deep Dive

10 Years Ago, We Decided to Switch to Beckhoff PLCs. Here's Why.

In this comparison, two main aspects are considered: the overall ecosystem of a given platform, and the programming/software development tools. Some background: The perspective here is of a programmer working in a company (MTS) that builds single-purpose machines — each original, rarely repeating projects.

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