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Do you feel bored sometimes? Want to have as fun as those guys waving rainbow flags. No need to be bored anymore. Now you can make VSCP Works configuration view look like this
This is possible now when VSCP Works support the fgcolor and bgcolor attributes for the register tag. That is pride for you. Yes we believe in all colors. 🙂
Support also added for a type attribute which can create register rows for all decision matrix row in one reg tag and there is a block type to that can be used for other repeating registers. Good if you are both proud and lazy. Colors and laziness on the same day. WOW!
Read all about it in the manual.
Odessa by the way is our latest product. Mount on a DIN rail or screw up on a wall. Read all about Odessa here. Great for your next prototyping project. Available in a 3.3V and a 5V versions. While you check Odessa out also check out Frankfurt RS-232 which actually is Frankfurt USB also as an USB interface is included free of charge. Connects you to the CAN4VSCP bus. Works great with Raspberry Pi, Carambola or Beaglebone in case you wounder.
ps Haven’t heard about VSCP.? Go here http://www.vscp.org ds
Here’s what everyone knows about the Internet of Things. It’s going to be enormous. We’ll have tens of billions of devices by the end of the decade. This is a multi-trillion dollar opportunity over the next few years. All the major players in consumer electronics, mobile, cloud, factory automation, enterprise IT and more will be fiercely competing for a piece of that pie. All this information shouts: if your company doesn’t have an IoT strategy you might as well quit.
Post by Andy.
I released just some minutes ago the VSCP framework v0.3.0 and the corresponding arduino library v0.2.0
VSCP framework changes can be found in detail here: https://github.com/BlueAndi/vscp-framework/blob/v0.3.0/CHANGELOG.md
The arduino library is only updated to the VSCP framework v0.3.0
The framework supports now the silent node behaviour, which is used for non-multimaster protocols, like RS-485.
The bad thing is, I only use the CAN-bus at home and implemented all in theory. If anyone has time and fun to check it, please try
and give some feedback.
Also new, this is the first version which was checked by coverity (https://www.coverity.com/) with 0 defects reported.
The pc example uses now the VSCP helper lib of the v1.0.1 Neon release … thanks Ake for the great work again and the support!
And you can play via the websocket interface of the daemon with the pc example. Switching lights off, on or dim them.