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Xsemble brings quite a few new concepts to the table, and it is important to understand them for effectively working with Xsemble. These concepts are easy to learn and intuitive. In our experience, even unexperienced people grasp the concepts in a matter of hours and become productive with Xsemble.

Use the resources on this page as a quick help to understand Xsemble concepts. However, keep in mind that the documentation included with Xsemble is kept more up-to-date with the product features, and that should be referenced for working with the product.

Once you understand how to work with Xsemble, consider associating with us.

Introductory Videos

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Features Overview
Prerequisites and Installation

Design-Develop-Burn Process

Xsemble process

The Design -> Develop -> Burn process is at the heart of using Xsemble. It may be used either in a waterfall or within iterations of an iterative agile process. The figure shows how these steps relate to the Xsemble artefacts:

  • Repositories: Repositories contain components. Components can be reusable.
  • Projects: Visual flow diagrams (directed graphs) that represent both the control flow and the data flow of the application. Many nodes in a project are instances of the components in repositories.
  • Applications: Resultant deployables and corresponding source code.

It's a good practice to store the Repositories and Projects in a code repository.


Download the whitepaper, check out Xsemble positioning.

Introductory Slide Deck (PDF)
White Paper (PDF)
Xsemble Positioning (PDF)
Test Bundle User Guide (PDF)