Introducing QtCoAP

I am happy to introduce the new QtCoAP library! It is the client-side implementation of the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) for the Internet of Things. The library provides quick and easy way of using the CoAP protocol in your cross-platform Qt applications. As it has been announced earlier,…

TinyGo on Arduino
A few weeks ago, we announced that Arduino now works with TinyGo, the popular compiler that brings the…
Vintage LED display prototype revived with Arduino
Patrick Hickey has been collecting retro LED indicators and displays for decades, and his rarest item…
1980s plotting device turned into a handheld whiteboard…
Writing on a whiteboard isn’t an easy task for many people, including instructor ‘Kenyer,’ whose lettering…
Announcing Qt for MCUs
Today we announce the launch of Qt for MCUs – a comprehensive toolkit to deliver smartphone-like user…
CT on Ubuntu 18.02 AArch64
We test LAB CodeTyphon 6.90 on Ubuntu 18.02 AArch64
Simulating a flip clock on an Arduino-driven LCD screen
Although flip clocks may be extremely interesting electromechanical devices, with rolling flaps to show…
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