I’ve seen other posts about importing libraries from other sources but I’m not sure if the process is the same for each source and each device type. There’s a library for the arduino INA216 already in the particle system but I have an INA260. I was looking to see if there was an easy way to import the library into the particle universe so I could use it with my particle?
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Hello, i am new testing the photon and i have a problem with something.
I was looking for a library to use on my NFC shield, i found the Adafruit_PN532 in the Web plataform but it had not a some code that i use nowadays in my testing with the shield in SPI protocol.
The library tha i use was made by "// PN532 library by adafruit/ladyada // MIT license, and was edited by other autor and by me to implement a diferent modules of Read/write RFID/NFC.
I downloaded the Desktop IDE and tryed to incl…
I’m trying to create a library from a module I’ve been reusing for a while. I’ve found some help at
https://docs.particle.io/tutorials/device-os/libraries/#contributing-libraries but I’m not sure how to setup Particle Workbench to allow me to build and run the samples.
I can’t import the project because there is no project.properties file generated. I could just create a new particle project and copy the files over but that doesn’t seem like the best way.
How do I import a library generated by…
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