When we announced the LabVIEW library, we told you that it was somewhat delivered in bulk, and that it was your job to install it into LabVIEW because we couldn't use VIPM. In the mean time, we did some work to improve our LabVIEW skills and thus we were able to write a small installer for you.
The most common way to use Yoctopuce modules in an application consists in integrating our library in the source code of the application, in order to be able to interact with the modules through a simple and efficient object oriented interface. But in cases where source code integration is not possible, we have today a new solution to show you: a dynamic library in the shape of a .NET Assembly.
This week, we look at the Electron framework. We are going to see how to implement a cross-platform application which uses our modules.
This week, we discuss a small DIY to display the weather forecast. It's an opportunity to show you that you can use the job system of the Yocto-I2C for something else apart from reading sensors.
After a few years of good and loyal service, it is now time to offer an update for the YoctoHub-Wireless-g. The reason for the advent of this YoctoHub-Wireless-n is not linked to performances, as the 802.11g standard already offers a good enough flow rate to use Yoctopuce modules. It's rather to ensure you compatibility with the widest possible range of existing infrastructures that we offer this new module, which will soon replace previous versions.
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