Python has been among the most widely used programming languages for several years. This is probably due to its remarkable portability between different platforms, including mini-computers such as the Raspberry Pi. It is even possible to use Python to make applications with a real graphical interface, but there are a number of pitfalls, which we will help you avoid...
You may have noticed that we have removed the Yocto-Motor-DC from our assortment. Some components were no longer available, and since we sold very few of them, replacing them with an exactly equivalent module was not justified. But as we will show you below, this does not mean that you can no longer drive a DC motor with Yoctopuce modules.
The Yocto-Visualization (for web) application has been coded to be as similar as possible to the native version. However, there are some differences. This week, we propose to discuss them.
Recently, a customer contacted us to see whether our Python library was usable on an older 32-bit Mac running macOS 10.13. The short answer is no, as Apple has chosen to drop support for 32-bit machines in 2018. But we would like to explain why we can no longer release a version of our libraries that works with these older machines, thus dating back to before 2012.
In the last few weeks, we have shown you our new web solution to control and remotely monitor Yoctopuce systems. We took care to provide you with a tool allowing you to perform the installation in a few clicks in most cases, but as we quickly met users for whom this was not enough, here is a more detailed installation guide of VirtualHub (for Web).
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