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TLS certificates and the C++ 2.0 library

By seb, in Programming, november 21,2022.

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.

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Can you reduce the size of the Yoctopuce library?

By mvuilleu, in Programming, november 11,2022.

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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The watt hunt is on

By martinm, in DIY, november 04,2022.

James Watt, courtesy of The MetWith the energy crisis coming this winter in Europe, the order of the day is "watt hunting". A good opportunity to build a small tool that should allow us to save a few.

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Experimentation with the Quasar framework

By seb, in Programming, october 28,2022.

Quasar is a framework written in JavaScript that promises the holy grail for developers: to make a cross platform application. Quasar is based on other well-known technologies such as npm, Vue.js, Webpack, Electron, Cordova and gathers them in a single framework. As we are curious, we wanted to test this framework with our TypeScript library.


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Should we raise our prices?

By mvuilleu, in Misc, october 21,2022.

For a little over a year now, it has been fashionable to lament the rising costs of supplies to justify a global increase in prices. When we saw our own suppliers start to raise their prices, we decided to absorb those increases until we could see more clearly. So this week, we took the time to do a bit of scientific analysis to see if a direct spread of increases was necessary and/or warranted.

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