One of the ongoing projects I’ve played with is using .NET apps to capture data from my MQTT broker, from X10 sensors, and from a wide variety of 433 MHz devices whose signals I capture using RFLink. I’d like to offload those processes to a dedicated workstation, as well as combining them into a single app to reduce the resources required to run.
Project Mercury Part III: Putting Everything Together
In my last post (HERE), I showed how to grab data from RFLink but also determined that because of issues I had with arrays (and with some exceptions that shouldn’t have happened), I wouldn’t include RFLink in the final version of Project Mercury.
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Project Moneta – How to Save Data in a Database from Visual Basic
Moneta is a slight diversion from the Mercury project. Just as the Mercury project is named for the messenger of the gods in Roman mythology, Project Moneta is named for the Roman goddess of memory. The project goal is to give a very simple introduction to saving data from VB to a SQL Server.
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