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Passive monitoring of an empty house

By martinm, in Measures and Internet of Things, april 29,2016.

Let's imagine an isolated house, unoccupied most of the time, with the heater set to the minimum to prevent pipes from freezing. No Internet, no phone... only electricity. How to make sure, without going there, that: a/ the boiler has not broken down , b/ no one settled in inside the said house without your knowledge? We had a few ideas...

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New interface module: the Yocto-SPI

By mvuilleu, in New stuff, april 22,2016.

There is a newcomer in the family of Yoctopuce interface modules: the Yocto-SPI. This small module can communicate with sensors and other devices that use a SPI communication protocol.

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Connecting a Yoctopuce sensor to an MQTT broker

By seb, in Measures and New stuff, april 14,2016.

To integrate a Yoctopuce sensor into an application, you can use our libraries to communicate directly with the Yoctopuce module. It's the most efficient manner, which also offers the most possibilities. But to do so, you need a minimum of programming knowledge. The other solution is to use a standard protocol and applications which support this protocol. It's the case of MQTT. We just added MQTT support into the VirtualHub and the YoctoHubs.

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A new EcmaScript / JavaScript library for Yoctopuce

By mvuilleu, in Programming and New stuff, april 10,2016.

Some time ago, we presented the beginnings of a new Yoctopuce library designed to modernize our JavaScript support, for browsers as well as for Node.js. After three months of internal and external testing, and many improvements, it is now time to make official this EcmaScript library which is now supported at the same level as all the other languages.

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Connecting your Yoctopuce modules

By martinm, in For the beginners, april 01,2016.

This week, in our "Yoctopuce for beginners" series, we are going to talk about connectors. Yoctopuce products are obviously all based on USB, but there are actually many ways to interconnect them, and it's far from being a trivial issue.

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