This week, we are going to talk about our Yocto-Graph Android application. At the beginning, this application was designed as a usage example for the data logger, but some customers find it convenient and have asked use whether we could add network support to it, in order to use Yoctopuce modules connected to a YoctoHub. We therefore decided to add network support to the Yocto-Graph.
As the Yocto-Visualization application is very successful with our customers, we keep improving it, naturally by fixing bugs, but also by adding new features. These new features come up regularly, but they are not advertised: one must usually read the release notes to know what each new version brings. This week, we sum up key changes that have occurred over the past year.
Among the questions that regularly come up for Yoctopuce support, we find in good position the question of how to generate a CSV file with data recorded by several sensors. So, to save you some time, we finally decided to add this function directly in the programming library.
We have added a new installation method for our applications that should delight Linux users. You can now install the VirtualHub, the command line library, the Yocto-Visualization, the Yocto-BridgeCalibration, and the Yocto-Discovery using apt-get.
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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