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Efficient monitoring the localisation beacon

By seb, in Programming, october 05,2018.

While implementing Yocto-Discovery, we noticed that we were missing a feature in our API: a fast and asynchronous way to detect state changes for the localisation beacon. This week, we publish a new version of our programming libraries including this new feature.



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New application: Yocto-Discovery

By martinm, in Programming and New stuff, september 21,2018.

If you are a big fan of Yoctopuce products, and we know that some of you are, you probably installed Yoctopuce network hubs all over the place, and now you have a problem: you don't quite remember which one is where. This week, we have a small present for you.

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Optimizing communications with Yoctopuce devices

By mvuilleu, in Programming, august 17,2018.

Experienced users of Yoctopuce modules will sooner or later wonder how much data needs to be transferred to retrieve the measures from Yoctopuce sensors. It can be the case to optimize GSM consumption, as it we discussed in a previous post, but also simply to improve the performances of an application where the modules are connected by USB but where the measures must be read very quickly. So here is a detailed explanation to know everything and optimize everything...

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Automated brightness control for the Raspberry Pi

By martinm, in DIY and Programming, july 27,2018.

Among the accessories available for the Raspberry Pi, the TFT touch display is quite interesting. By combining it with a dedicated enclosure, one gets a tiny all-in-one computer, well suited to monitor various sensors. We like it even more since our YoctoVisualization app now runs on Linux :-) There is only one minor issue with it: brightness control...


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Running an application with systemd when booting Linux

By seb, in Programming, may 25,2018.

This week, we are going to talk about a topic which is not linked only to Yoctopuce modules but which will certainly be of interest to those of our readers who use Raspberry Pi machines or other Linux systems: How to automatically run an application when Linux starts.

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