Yocto-Discovery is a simple C# .Net application able to discover Yoctopuce devices present on local network
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README.md

Yocto-Discovery

Yocto-Discovery is a simple C# .Net application able to discover Yoctopuce devices present on local network. This application is mainly read-only, the only allowed interaction is switching the devices Yocto-Beacon. The application features a search function allowing to quickly find a specific device based on any of its property.

This application runs on Windows, Linux and macOS.

Screenshot example

You will find more information about this application on Yoctopuce website. If you are not much into programming and are only interested in installing Yocto-Discovery, here is a page linking to Windows, Linux and macOS binaries .

Source code installation

Extract the project files wherever you want.

On Windows

Open the .csprog project with at least Visual-Studio 2015, that's it. Adaptation for previous version of Visual-Studio should be possible at the cost of some minor rework. The application only requires .Net 3.5 and can run on Windows XP.

On Linux

Make sure that Mono is installed (min version 4) as well as Mono-Develop (min version 5) and open the .csprog project with Mono-Develop. Avoid the flatpak based Mono-Develop version as it is sand-boxed and can't access to the libusb.

On macOS

Install Mono for macOS (Visual Studio channel) and Visual Studio for macOS and open the .csprog project with Visual Studio.