This year, Santa Claus is a bit early. After offering you last week a web version of the VirtualHub, Yoctopuce is now offering you the web version of Yocto-Visualization, our ever-popular application that allows you to visualize Yoctopuce sensor data. Let's unwrap your gift together, shall we...
When setting up an automation or measure system, it is essential to be able to monitor it remotely and easily. Today, we offer you a new solution to monitor and control your Yoctopuce-based systems via the Internet, which you can easily install on (almost) any web host: here is the VirtualHub for Web.
Yoctopuce sells dedicated enclosures for single and double-width modules. But you don't have to use them. This week, we share with you a few assembly tips that we use internally to quickly build module systems that are easier to handle than a tiny circuit board hanging off the end of a USB cable.
Version 2.0 of the C++ library supports the TLS protocol and allows encrypted communication between the library and the VirtualHub 2.0. This week we have added methods to configure the TLS authentication more precisely, to manage the list of certificates recognized by the library.
Customers sometimes ask us if it is possible to use our modules without integrating our programming library. Indeed, at first sight, the library can seem unnecessarily complex when you only want to switch a relay or read a temperature. So the answer is yes... but no. There are ways to reduce the memory footprint of our library, but not to the point of reducing everything to a few manually forged USB packets. Let's look at it in detail.
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