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Interfacing the DFRobot ID01 UHF RFID reader

By mvuilleu, in Programming and Reviews, may 14,2021.

At the present time, we don't have an RFID reader in our catalogue because to this date we haven't found an RFID module to be embedded which is compatible with our quality requirements and our price range. But from time to time, we try products that we find on the market to see what they are worth, and whether they can be used with Yoctopuce modules. This is what we did this week with the ID01 UHF RFID reader, sold by DFRobot.

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Preview of the new 2.0 C++ library

By seb, in Programming, april 30,2021.

A few months ago, we presented the beta version of the VirtualHub 2.0 with SSL/TLS support. This week, we present version 2.0 of the C++ library which adds the same feature: SSL/TLS support. As with the VirtualHub 2.0, this new version is available in Beta/preview.



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Yoctopuce and Golang

By martinm, in Programming, march 26,2021.

There are so many different programming languages that Yoctopuce obviously can't offer libraries for each of them. One of our customers happened to have a Yoctopuce module but no official library to use with it. So he did something we weren't expecting: he transformed the C++ programming example into a DLL and he coded calls to this DLL from his favorite programming language. It's really smart. This week, we are going to explain this method to interface a Yoctopuce relay from the GO programming language.

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Docker and the VirtualHub

By seb, in Programming and Misc, march 19,2021.

Several customers contacted us because they were having difficulties executing the VirtualHub into a Docker container. Technically, you can do so, but we discourage the use of the VirtualHub in a Docker container. Here is why.



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Installing a TypeScript application on a YoctoHub

By mvuilleu, in Programming and Internet of Things, february 12,2021.

The TypeScript language is a great improvement on JavaScript, as it allows for error detection during compilation rather than during run time. But if it's quite easy to integrate with Node.js, its use to write HTML interfaces without a Node.js server is not so trivial. We are therefore going to show you how to implement an HTML application in TypeScript which optimizes network transfers, so as to install it directly on a YoctoHub-Ethernet.

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