Let's start by wishing you a Happy New Year. Yoctopuce has been around for almost 13 years, and things have changed a lot since 2011. More changes are planned and, to kick off the new year, we're going to present our Roadmap for the programming libraries and tools we offer.
This week, we explain how to use VirtualHub 2.0 and the 2.0 libraries in a network infrastructure running on IPv6.
If you place a new order on the Yoctopuce online store, you'll notice that the order completion wizard has changed slightly and that the credit card payment interface is completely different.
Don't panic, this is normal. Yoctopuce has changed its credit card acceptance service provider. And this week, we wanted to tell you why.
To take measures in the middle of nowhere and to transmit them to a server, the simplest solution is usually to use a low-power 4G network such as LTE-M or NB-IoT to send them periodically to a server. For example, you could use a YoctoHub-GSM-4G configured to perform HTTP callbacks to a PHP server using VirtualHub for Web. But what if one day the hub stops connecting to the server?
If you are using double-width Yoctopuce modules, you are also familiar with the double-width enclosures. At 18 CHF (excl. tax) each, you probably find them overpriced. So do we. But we had to increase their price significantly. And we think the least we can do is to explain why.
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