A large majority of Yoctopuce modules are sensors, or are used to interface external sensors. Therefore the programming interface to access the sensors and retrieve their measures is among the most developed and continues to be enriched following the requests that we receive. To help you find the method that suits you best, today we offer a synthesis of everything at your disposal.
The post of this week is dedicated to Android. We implemented Android projects a number of times already, but this week we are going to concentrate on the software part. We are going to write a short application displaying the value of a temperature sensor connected by USB.
A few weeks ago, we explained how to use our modules with PHP. At the time, we explained how to use PHP in direct mode, but there is another way: the HTTP callback mode. This week, we are going to tell you how to write your first PHP script working in HTTP callback mode.
This week, we go on with our "for the beginners" post series and we are going to talk about PHP. PHP scripts are easy to use and to deploy. We are going to see that's it's also easy to interface Yoctopuce modules from a PHP script.
This week, we are going to show you how to implement, in Delphi, a Windows application using Yoctopuce modules. To make this topic somewhat interesting, we are going to apply this to temperature regulation, using a heater and a relay, with a practical example.
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