I'm glad you are using the Xbox Controller App, I'm sure you will find it convenient for your applications.
The source code and the app is available in our GitHub repository, here: https://github.com/RoboDK/Plug-In-Interf...Controller
What issues are you having? Which controller are you using?
First, ensure the device is set up correctly on the host PC. It should be present in the device manager / Bluetooth devices.
Is it working with other applications?
If you are using an Xbox One controller with the Wireless Adapter, try to plug the controller via USB once before using it.
You can also update the firmware with Xbox Accessories: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/p/xbox-a...blggh30xj3
Second, ensure the app is properly installed in RoboDK.
You can either copy the source code of the app in C:\RoboDK\Apps\, or install it using the rdkp file : https://github.com/RoboDK/Plug-In-Interf...oader.rdkp
More info on packaged apps here: https://github.com/RoboDK/Plug-In-Interf...ps#package
Third, the app should be visible on the right toolbar. If not, Shift+I and enable App Loader, Shift+A and enable Xbox Controller.
Finally, you can click on the controller icon to start the app.
If no supported device is found, a pop-up will appear. If multiple are found, it will default to the first one.
You need to be engaging the right trigger at all time to activate movements, as it is used as a safeguard.
Let me know if this solves your issue!