This week, we are going to clarify the use of two methods of our API: YAPI.RegisterHub() and YAPI.PreregisterHub(). These two functions enable you to adapt the library behavior to your needs, more particularly managing network disconnection when you use a YoctoHub or a VirtualHub.
The Yocto-SPI documentation contains an example to interface the AlphaSense OPC-N2 particle counter. Since then, Alphasense has released a new model, the OPC-N3, and the commands to query it are slightly different. This week, by popular request, we explain who to make the OPC-N3 work with a Yocto-SPI and we take this opportunity to introduce a small innovation.
A few weeks ago, we listed the Yoctopuce libraries supporting Linux ARM64, but C# was not part of the list because .NET Core 2.0 doesn't support this architecture. We nevertheless added ARM64 support to our C# library because it is possible to use a preview version on the next version of .NET Core which will support this platform.
We recently noticed that, when drawing on a raster display is involved, not everybody thinks about "double buffering" as the go to technique. That's why, this week, we are proposing a short article explaining how this technique works and why it is so easy to use it with Yoctopuce displays.
Among the questions that regularly come up for Yoctopuce support, we find in good position the question of how to generate a CSV file with data recorded by several sensors. So, to save you some time, we finally decided to add this function directly in the programming library.
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