Using our USB modules with Java

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, june 22,2012.

Numerous customers have asked for a Java library, and we are finally able to fulfill their wish: we are publishing today the beta-test version of the Java library. We need to finalize the documentation and probably to correct a few bugs, but all the functionalities available in the other languages are implemented and commented.

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Driving Yoctopuce modules from an iPad

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, june 07,2012.

As you know, we already provide an Objective-C API which allows you to access our modules from a Mac. There are other devices which use Objective-C: the iPhones, iPads, and iPods. If, currently, it is not possible to directly plug in a Yoctopuce module on an IOS device, it is quite possible to interact with our modules through the network (WiFi or cabled). What would you think of monitoring all your Yoctopuce modules, comfortably lounging in your couch, with an iPad?

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Driving Yoctopuce modules the hard way

By mvuilleu, in Programming, june 01,2012.

It may happen that, one day, for a given application, you must do without our high level programming libraries. For example because you must drive the modules in a language we do not support (yet), or because you don't want to bother about object programming. It's quite possible, and here are the keys to success.

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C# Weather Station with Datalogger

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Programming, march 26,2012.

A while ago, we created a weather station in PHP based on a Yocto-Humidity module. Today, we have a new version in C# which improves the concept by exploiting the data logger integrated into the Yocto-Meteo, a module which is an improved version of the product used for the previous article.

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API speed test

By mvuilleu, in Programming, february 27,2012.

The Yoctopuce API provides almost identical functions to drive devices for all supported programming languages, regardless of the huge environment difference between them (take C++ and JavaScript, for example). But are all languages equally good ? Do they all provide the same perfs ? Let's look at this in detail, and expect some surprises...

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