We have recently found remote-controlled micro-quadcopters, so light that you can use them inside without risk, even in an office environment. Some models are even equipped with a camera, allowing you to fly in FPV (First Person View). If you like learning new things, it's ideal to lighten the rainy days that we have been having early this year.
This week, we continue with our "for the beginners" post series and we are going to talk about Java. As for previous introductions to different programming languages, we are going to implement a small application in Java FX which displays the value of a Yoctopuce temperature sensor.
From time to time, Yoctopuce support receives emails from customers who complain that the examples provided with the Yoctopuce programming libraries don't work. We don't pretend to believe that our code is 100% error free, but it is clear that, most of the time, the problem comes from a misunderstanding about how these examples work. This week, we are going to clarify this issue.
This week, we add to our "for the beginners" series and we tackle Visual Basic .Net. We are going to write a small application displaying the values of a Yoctopuce sensor.
Now that we finally have our small dry ice freezer, we were able to perform systematic measures of cold endurance for our sensors and transmitters. So here are the tests that we performed and the results.
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