Yoctopuce library for Node.js (DEPRECATED)
Important: this is an old version of Yoctopuce library for node.js. It has been preserved on GitHub to avoid breaking dependencies, but is not any more updated. We recommend using the EcmaScript 2017 version, which has full support for asynchronous I/O, implements more efficient HTTP requests and includes WebSocket support.
Copyright (C) 2011 and beyond by Yoctopuce Sarl, Switzerland.
Yoctopuce Sarl (hereafter Licensor) grants to you a perpetual non-exclusive license to use, modify, copy and integrate this file into your software for the sole purpose of interfacing with Yoctopuce products.
You may reproduce and distribute copies of this file in source or object form, as long as the sole purpose of this code is to interface with Yoctopuce products. You must retain this notice in the distributed source file.
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Content of this package
- doc/ HTML interactive help files describing the library
- example/ Directory with sample code for each device
- FILES.txt List of files contained in this archive
- RELEASE.txt Release notes
- index.js Node.js entry point to load the library
- package.json npm's package file
This library is published as a 'npm' package. To install our node package you have two option:
Install it directly form npm with the command
$ npm install yoctolib
You do ot need to download the zip file from our web site. npm take care of everything. Note: if you want to install is globally you can add the "-g" option.
Install it form our web site. You need to download and extract the YoctoLib.nodejs.19938.zip file and extract it. Then you have to install it with the command
$ npm install -g path_to_the yotolib
Where path_to_yoctolib is the path where you have unziped the package. You can then import the library to your project with
var yoctolib = require('yoctolib');
For more details, refer to the documentation specific to each product, which includes sample code with explanations, and a programming reference manual. In case of trouble, contact email@example.com
Have fun !
Thanks to @mrose17 of @TheThingSystem for bootstrapping this library and sharing his Node.js expertise.
If you are interested in direct access to USB devices from node.js without using the VirtualHub, Tom Greasley has started a work to compile our low-level C library directly into node.js. This is however still work in progress, and not yet fully supported as this library is. More details on https://github.com/schlafsack/node-yoctopuce