vJoy allows you to add a virtual joystick to almost any application you are using on your computer, acting as a device driver that will let you get the most out of your applications and devices. It is an open-source replacement for PPJoy.
When you’re developing applications or using them, you might find that some are better using a joystick. It is especially true for applications where native support for joysticks and such devices is gone, where you need to make sure that you can use them to make the most out of them.
With vJoy, you’ll be able to use a joystick with almost any application. It acts as a device driver to connect the joystick as a virtual drive to your application.
It is handy if you want to work with applications that would be better by using a joystick, such as games. But it can also be a great one for developers who wish to incorporate this capability into their apps.
With the Feeder application, you can easily test the application and the joystick and see how you’ve configured it so far. It makes it easy for developers to acknowledge and see how the progress is going and how they are currently working on the app.
In this feeder, you’ll find the axes and sliders that will help you adjust the paragraphs quite easily. You can do that by moving these sliders up and down.
You can also configure how the buttons are working to adjust what actions they perform and more.
One of the more well-known actions that the feeder makes is the POV switch. There are up to four POVs, and you can manipulate each one to your liking so that you can get the results you need. It’s really easy to do that, and it gives you a lot of control over what you’re doing.
vJoy allows you to use your joystick or to develop applications that will use one. It’s easy to use, and it comes with a handy feeder that makes it easy for you.