The next era of computing is the Internet of Things (IoT), also known as the Internet of Objects. IoT refers to the networked interconnection of everyday objects, which are equipped with ubiquitous intelligence. A recent report by McKinsey Global Institute reported that the number of connected machines has increased by 300 per cent over the […]
As of 1.9.0, GitHub Actions is available in your terminal. Two new top-level commands, `gh run` and `gh workflow`, provide insight into workflow runs.
Allwinner D1 is a Linux-capable single-core RISC-V processor to soon be launched in a low-cost SBC designed by Allwinner themselves
ESP32-C6 is the second RISC-V IoT wireless processor from Espressif Systems, and supports 2.4 GHz WiFI 6 as well as Bluetooth 5 LE.
The knot from hell has been beaten at last. This is a good day. Now back to the things I should do.
It started with +800 errors and a LOT of warnings. Now just a few warnings left. They will soon be gone to. Promise.
VSCP is back on windows.
Built over a remote terminal. Not the best development environment, but it is possible to do work that way to apparently.
Hopefully we will see some alpha code released in April.
Register today to join the Alliance and its members for a Project Connected Home over IP (Project CHIP) webinar on Tuesday, April 13 at 7AM PT.
The main window for the new VSCP Works. You can define the connections over the different supported transports. Note the raw can and raw mqtt which are general CAN and MQTT support.
Double click on the connection to open the session window
The session window have the same content as for the previous version of VSCP Works
- The list of incoming events from the selected connection. Can be filtered, etc. Click on a row to get info about the event. When no row is selected event count is displayed. When several rows are selected time difference calculations are shown.
- Status info for event. Click on head to get information about bits.
- Timing information for the event.
- VSCP class and type information for event. Click on class or type to take you to the help page for the class/type.
- GUID for event. GUID’s can be named and if they are the name is shown here. Also sensors (sensor index) can be named. Also shown here.
- The data content is displayed also in clear text for all events. Measurements have extended information.
- The transmit event area. Transmit events can be defined. Automatic periodic events. Load save to disk as for the previous VSCP Works.
Here a dump of the event count display shown when no row is selected.
And here when multiple rows are selected making it possible to do event timing calculations.
Still a lot do do but on the way. All written in Qt.
A new version of the package node-red-contrib-socketcan (1.0.11) was published at 2021-03-14T17:15:45.915Z
- Now using latest socketcan lib.