…end up in my test setup. The good looking ones goes to customer.
The IoT ideal is that everyday appliances and devices in the home or office will be capable of communicating with a managing server.
Where does that come from? We want autonomous functionality which is connected. Most of the article is just junk.
This will be a light update because I was working on an upcoming post using MQTT with VSCP to talk to a cloud PaaS. I thought it was too much of a jump to
Ken Kawamoto, a software engineer by day and gadget inventor by night, likes to “break the barrier between the digital world and the real world ,” and he has done just that with his latest invention – the Tempescope. This little box can create real raindrops and clouds and simulate lightning and sunlight to show you the weather forecast or real-time weather display.
As I began the process of figuring out how to run the VSCP software on the UDOO, I came across this excellent tutorial written by David Steeman for the
Microsoft announced the release of a native Visual Studio application for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Named Visual Studio Code, the company considers to be a “code focused” editor available free of charge to all developers. While part of the Visual Studio family, it has a different feature set than the traditional VS IDE. VS Code focuses on the following top line features: IntelliSense, built-in debugging, and Git source control integration. IntelliSense support is complemented by Outlining, Find All References, and Go To Definition. The debugging tools include the familiar breakpoints, code stepping, and variable inspection. Thanks to the design of VS Code, additional languages can be supported without changing the application. (According to Microsoft, this … … Continue reading →
Intro In the “Future Items” list at the end of the my first post, I had listed “Running the VSCP daemon on the UDOO” as the first logical step.