Three weeks ago, we showed you how to integrate code on a web page that manages Yoctopuce actuators while using Yocto-Visualization (for web). But there was one limitation: we couldn't use the DeviceArrival and DeviceRemoval callbacks because they were already used by Yocto-Visualization (for web), so the code was a bit rickety when it came to checking whether the actuators concerned were connected or not. As this was a bit of a problem for us, we've slightly improved Yocto-Visualization (for web)...
This week, we'll be talking about our PHP library, HTTP callbacks, and VirtualHub for Web. In particular, how to use the three together.
We're continuing to add SSL/TLS support to our libraries. This week, it's the turn of the command line library, which is upgraded to v2.0 for the occasion.
As with the native version, one of the limitations of Yocto-Visualization (for web) is the maximum number of series that each graph can display, that is four. But, as with the native version, it is possible to increase this limit, at the cost of a small code modification. However, for the web version, the process of obtaining executable code is a little more complicated than pressing F6 in VisualStudio. Hence this week's post.
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