Stay ahead of the curve with an integrated workflow, using your favorite languages.

Universal data management and native hardware-acceleration on server and client enable real-time insight into multi-million element data sets on desktop computers or even mobile devices. Various built-in tools provide instant sampling and reporting to common numerical formats such as GMsh (msh), Excel (csv), or Paraview (vtu). Beyond the core xcompute platform, there exist a myriad of secondary and tertiary ways to connect and benefit in your own projects by accessing our native format directly:

  • xcs -- system setup

  • xcg -- geometry topology

  • xco -- data object

  • xcm -- meta / media / model

Language Bindings

Bindings are generated automatically from the protoc compiler, providing accessors and serialization utilities. These codes can be used as libraries to read and write our file and wire transmission format. XCOMPUTE messages (xcmessages) include bindings and an open license policy to encourage use across almost infinite applications:

  • C++

  • C#

  • Obj-C

  • Python

  • Java

  • Javascript

  • Ruby

  • PHP, Go, and Dart coming soon!

Free Apps

A flexible high-performance messaging schema enables an ecosystem of compatible applications, including a suite of free tools to allow you to share big-data results freely. All developers are welcome to use this infrastructure; essential libraries and proto definitions are provided with free-use and open licenses. We encourage all developers to build their own apps. Our first free apps aim to be useful tools for users and non-users, including:

  • xcompute-client -- high-performance interface (to server) using Qt5 and OpenGL4.5

  • xplore -- explorer and editor for native xcs, xcg, xco, and xcm formats

  • xnlp -- Xplicit Natural Language Processor (produces xcm language models from text)

  • xhelp -- AI Assistant that loads xcm knowledge databases generated from xnlp

  • more official and 3rd-party apps coming soon!

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