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Controlling Yoctopuce modules with a Flic Hub LR

By martinm, in Programming, april 07,2023.

Do you remember the Flics buttons we talked about a few years ago? Well, we still use them internally. In the meantime, Shortcut Labs has released a version 2 of these buttons and their Hub. It turns out that the new model, called Flic Hub LR, can run JavaScript code written by the user and thus allows you to implement behaviors a little more complex than On/Off. Of course, we wondered if we could run the JavaScript version of the Yoctopuce API on these new Hubs.

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Installing the Yoctopuce APT repository in 2023

By seb, in Programming, march 10,2023.

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.


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Excel and Yoctopuce devices in 2023

By mvuilleu, in Programming, march 03,2023.

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.

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Yocto-Visualization (for web) in your own web page

By martinm, in Programming, february 24,2023.

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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Using an I2C infrared camera

By mvuilleu, in Electronics, DIY and Programming, february 10,2023.

There are now small infrared cameras in the form of break-out boards that are very affordable and easy to integrate into automation projects. Surprisingly, they often use the I2C protocol to transfer data. Today, we show you how to use a Yocto-I2C to interface this type of camera.

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