Our Python library works on the three main OSes (Windows, macOS, and Linux). 99.9% of the time, everything works as expected and the library automatically detects the OS and the architecture of the machine. But under Linux, in rare cases, it is necessary to specify this last parameter manually. This is the job of the YAPI.SelectArchitecture() method.
In order to make life easier for Linux users, we have an APT repository that allows you to easily install and update our applications with the apt-get tools and similar. To use our APT repository, we need to add it to the repository list, but this operation will change in future versions of the distributions. In this post, we explain how to add and use our APT repository so that it still works in the future.
Yoctopuce support regularly receives questions about using Yoctopuce devices from an Excel spreadsheet. As Office versions change regularly, it is time to update our information on this subject.
Three weeks ago, we showed you how to integrate your own web page into Yocto-Visualization (for web). This week we explain how to do the opposite, i.e. integrate Yocto-Visualization (for web) into web pages served by an arbitrary web server.
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