There are so many different programming languages that Yoctopuce obviously can't offer libraries for each of them. One of our customers happened to have a Yoctopuce module but no official library to use with it. So he did something we weren't expecting: he transformed the C++ programming example into a DLL and he coded calls to this DLL from his favorite programming language. It's really smart. This week, we are going to explain this method to interface a Yoctopuce relay from the GO programming language.
Several customers contacted us because they were having difficulties executing the VirtualHub into a Docker container. Technically, you can do so, but we discourage the use of the VirtualHub in a Docker container. Here is why.
Several customers recently asked us whether it was possible and/or necessary to periodically caliber the Yocto-CO2-V2 to ensure measure accuracy. For the most common applications, it's not indispensable, but for some applications it can become necessary, and therefore it's possible. Let's see that in details...
Yoctopuce was created 10 years ago this month. So, this week, we offer you some thoughts on these 10 years that have gone by at a frantic pace.
Linux is an OS which is widely used in the IoT. Unfortunately for the users discovering this OS, it can be quite confusing. For example, by default, Linux blocks write access to the USB devices for "non-root" users. It isn't really easy to configure an application so that it starts at boot time. This week, we are going to see two small improvements which are going to make the life of Linux users easier.
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