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RegisterHub() and PreregisterHub()

By seb, in Programming and For the beginners, september 20,2019.

This week, we are going to clarify the use of two methods of our API: YAPI.RegisterHub() and YAPI.PreregisterHub(). These two functions enable you to adapt the library behavior to your needs, more particularly managing network disconnection when you use a YoctoHub or a VirtualHub.



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Yoctopuce modules: presentation for people on the go

By martinm, in For the beginners, june 21,2019.

The post of this week is dedicated to customers who found on the Internet a web site explaining how to build a system based on Yoctopuce modules and who want to build their own system by following the instructions provided on the said web site, but who have no desire to take time to understand how Yoctopuce modules work. If you recognize yourself in this description, you can find here some basic notions from which you cannot escape :-)

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How to get started in JavaScript with Yoctopuce modules

By seb, in For the beginners, june 15,2018.

This week, we go on with our post series "for the beginners" and we talk about JavaScript, and more particularly about how to use our JavaScript/EcmaScript 2017 library in a web browser. We are going to see how you can automatically fill an HTML form with data from a Yoctopuce sensor.

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How to get started with Yoctopuce modules on UWP

By seb, in For the beginners and New stuff, march 02,2018.

Some time ago, we announced a beta version of a Universal Windows Platform library. Today, we officially publish this new library and we take this opportunity to explain how to use it. We are going to write a short Windows Universal application displaying the value of a temperature sensor.



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How to start in C++ with Yoctopuce modules

By seb, in For the beginners, february 09,2018.

This week, we continue our "for the beginners" series and we are writing about C++. C++ is not an easy language to handle, and even less so for someone who has never coded. But the language is still relevant when you use machines with a limited disk space. Therefore, we are going to see how to implement you first small program using our C++ library.




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