A few weeks ago, we promised you more regular updates of the Yocto-Toolbox Adroid application. A promise made, a promise kept. Despite the move of Yoctopuce into new premises, we managed to add a few new features such as the possibility to configure YoctoHub network parameters directly from this application.
This week, we are going to talk about our Yocto-Toolbox application. We added the possibility to configure YoctoHubs directly from this Android application.
In our previous posts, we always used Android Studio to implement our applications. However, it's not the only available tool. Indeed, some of our customers use Xamarin and C# to implement their mobile applications. This week, we are going to see how to create an Android application using our modules with Xamarin.
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.
The annual Google IO conference was held last week. During the different keynotes for Android, there was a specific focus on Kotlin, the new programming language for Android. As this language is becoming more and more popular, we decided to devote a post on it: we are going to see how to use our Android library in an Android application written in Kotlin.
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