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Using the Yoctopuce library with Swift

By seb, in Programming, march 11,2015.

Apple swift logoLast year, Apple presented its new programming language for iOS and OSX: Swift. This language is easier to use (and to learn) than Objective-C and its syntax is radically different. To ensure a smooth transition to this new language, you can create "hybrid" applications which have a part written in Swift and a part written in Objective-C. Theoretically, our Objective-C library should work as-is in a Swift project. In practice, it's somewhat more complex...

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New! The Yocto-MaxiThermistor

By martinm, in Measures and New stuff, march 06,2015.

This week, we present the newest module in the range of Yoctopuce temperature sensors: the Yocto-MaxiThermistor. The ideal product if you need to measure temperature at several locations.

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The Intel Edison and Yoctopuce

By martinm, in Reviews, february 27,2015.

We briefly tested the Intel Galileo board a few weeks ago. This made us want to test the latest from Intel, that is the Edison. This thing is literally a Linux x86 PC, with the size of a stamp. We really wanted to know if it was possible to use it to drive Yoctopuce modules. Indeed, its size makes it particularly interesting for any embedded system. So we bought one and we played with it...

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New! The Yocto-Serial

By martinm, in New stuff, february 20,2015.

The Yocto-Serial is the little brother of the Yocto-RS232. While the Yocto-RS232 follows the RS232 standard, the Yocto-Serial works with TTL logical levels. If you don't know the difference between the two, you'd better pay close attention to what comes next...

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The Yocto-Buzzer

By martinm, in New stuff, february 13,2015.

Since a few days ago, you can order a new product on our online shop: the Yocto-Buzzer. It's mainly a small USB driven buzzer, but it also has some additional features that can be quite useful if you are used to building automatic systems. Let's have a closer look, shall we?

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