To integrate a Yoctopuce sensor into an application, you can use our libraries to communicate directly with the Yoctopuce module. It's the most efficient manner, which also offers the most possibilities. But to do so, you need a minimum of programming knowledge. The other solution is to use a standard protocol and applications which support this protocol. It's the case of MQTT. We just added MQTT support into the VirtualHub and the YoctoHubs.
This week, in our "Yoctopuce for beginners" series, we are going to talk about connectors. Yoctopuce products are obviously all based on USB, but there are actually many ways to interconnect them, and it's far from being a trivial issue.
In the past weeks, we wrote many theoretical posts on serious topics, so this week, we wrote something more entertaining. We modified a barbecue to monitor the cooking of a spit roast. We also took this opportunity to use our new module: the YoctoHub-GSM-2G.
We noticed that the topics of our latest posts were step by step getting more and more specialized. To avoid scaring new users away, we thought that it was time to go back to the basics and to gather in a few post the basic principles underlying the use of our modules. So, here is the first post of the series, which could have been namedYoctopuce for Dummies if it did not infringe on a well defended trademark.
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