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How to monitor a web page for changes

If you would like to know how to monitor a web page for changes in stock levels, details or availability you may be interested in the new project published to the Hackster.io website this month by maker Kamaluddin Khan. Using a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B together with a little Python programming the project has been classed as an intermediate level build and should …

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NLM0011/NLM0010- LED DRIVER IC WITH EFFECTIVE NFC-PWM PROGRAMMING

Infineon Technologies developed the NFC-PWM series (NLM0011 & NLM0010) for fast and cost effective implementation of NFC programming for LED drivers. The NFC programming can replace the labor intensive “plug-in resistor” current setting method with the contact less NFC interface. It improves the operational efficiency and flexibility in value chain by implementing automatic programming in the manufacturing line. …

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Fast RFID reader for Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects

Serial entrepreneur Patrick Thomas Mitchell has once again taken to Kickstarter to launch his 33rd campaign allowing electronic enthusiasts to back a small yet fast RFID reader. The card reader can be used two further enhance both Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects and is now available from just C$21 or roughly £13 with worldwide delivery …

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Picademy Bytes offers free physical computer training for teachers

The official Raspberry Pi Foundation has this week announced a new free training programme called Picademy Bytes for teachers in the UK who are unable to attend the two-day Picademy events. Allowing them to learn everything required to teach students about the Raspberry Pi range of computers, programming, robotics and more. Picademy Bytes training sessions …

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Simulink Offers Easy, Graphical Programming for Raspberry Pi & Arduino

Every hardware hobbyist has experienced that painful moment when you smell smoke and discover that it’s coming from your hardware project. It’s a rite of passage. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could test your hardware before burning it? At the Open Hardware Summit, held in Boston recently, I saw that MathWorks’ Simulink offers an …

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