During the last few years, Web interfaces have progressively replaced native applications in many area, and more than anywhere else in database-related applications. Web user interfaces can now be made as user-friendly as native user interfaces, but from a functional perspective the Web browser puts some limits, in particular with regard to the use of peripherals on the user machine. However, it is possible to provide a web page access to USB peripherals, as long as the peripherals have been designed accordingly, as for instance Yoctopuce devices.
This week, we update a post dating from 2013: "Include the C++ library into your project". Since 2013 XCode and Visual Studio have evolved and new IDEs are present. So, here is how to include our C++ library in the main IDEs in 2021.
Three weeks ago, we presented the new Yocto-MaxiKnob which enables you to quite easily interface control panels. This week, we show you how to embed alphanumeric displays in you control panel by using only one Yoctopuce module: the Yocto-I2C.
This week, we are going to show you how to use our C++ library with the CLion IDE. This IDE is very practical, so much so that we updated our C++ examples for them to work directly in this IDE.
After having announced two weeks ago the preview of version 2.0 of the C++ library, here are version 2.0 of the C#, Python, and Visual Basic .NET libraries. They are also available as previews.
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