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Yoctopuce is now available in Maven

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, april 24,2014.

Maven is the most popular build engine for Java. We have therefore modified our Java library to make it compatible with Maven and it is now also available from the Maven Central Repository. Thanks to this, it's now possible to use the Yoctopuce library in a Maven project by adding only three fields in an xml file :-)

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Yoctopuce relays and their secrets

By martinm, in Programming, march 07,2014.

Yoctopuce offers a range of relay modules. At first sight, nothing out of the ordinary, you can find tens of USB relays on Internet. But it so happens that the Yoctopuce relays provide a few rare features for this kind of devices. This week, we review some of these advanced features...

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New data logger and graphs under Android

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, Measures and Android, february 17,2014.

Last week, we used the new version of the library to trace a dynamic graph in C# .NET. At that time, we saw that the new Datalogger API and the TimedReport made the work a lot easier. This week, we are going to develop a small Android application that also traces a graph from the datalogger and from current values. But we are going to see that things are a little more complex under Android ...

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New data logger and graphs

By martinm, in Programming, february 07,2014.

courtesy of www.sxc.huNot long ago, tracing a dynamic graph with the values of a Yoctopuce sensor required you to have a database to store the history. Indeed, retrieving the data from the data logger was clearly too slow for an interactive application. It so happens that the data logger component of Yoctopuce products has been greatly improved, at both the API and firmware levels. Retrieving data from the data logger is now done in a flash. Demo with a C# example.

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Using HTTP Callback with Java

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, january 31,2014.

Until now, it was possible to use the standard Java library to access a YoctoHub or a VirtualHub, but one working mode was missing: the HTTP callback mode. This mode, previously available for PHP and Nodes.js only, is now available in the beta version of the Java API (v1.10). Let's show how to write a Java Servlet that can interact with a Yocto-Hub.

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