Review of the Anynet 2G click board from MikroElektronika, providing a secure way to connect IoT devices to AWS using 2G cellular networks
Review of the NESPi case by Retroflag, a Raspberry PI case for retro gaming enthusiasts
In this blog post I will show you a simple way to hide content until the user agrees with receiving cookies. You can use it to stop loading adverts or other scripts that are collecting user data, in order to achieve a better GDPR compliance
Since the last Sunday, the romanian hosting provider Webfactor has gone tits up, taking with it a few thousands of websites, and there are serious questions if they will ever come back online.
The clock is ticking, and 25 may is soooo close. But my blog is still…
My personal experience with the ups and downs of making the blog GDPR-compliant.
A quick review of Microchip’s MPLAB Mindi simulator software, and a simulation of the MCP16331 click board from MikroElektronika.
A tutorial on using the Voltmeter click from MikroElektronika on an Arduino Uno, including Arduino code example.
The Shuttle click can be used to connect up to four mikroBUS Shuttle adapters on a single click socket, allowing us to create a stack of multiple click boards.