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Rust API bindings for https://www.tinkerforge.com Bricks and Bricklets

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2.0.21 Feb 27, 2024
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Tinkerforge Rust Bindings

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This crate provides API bindings for Tinkerforge bricks and bricklets.

How to install

Add tinkerforge = "2.0" to the [dependencies] of your project's Cargo.toml.

How to use

First, import the IP connection and any devices you want to use:

use tinkerforge::{ip_connection::*, temperature_bricklet::*}

You can than create instances like this:

let ipcon = IpConnection::new();
let t = TemperatureBricklet::new("UID", &ipcon);

where "UID" is the unique identifier of your brick or bricklet. Once the IP connection is established using:

ipcon.connect((HOST, PORT)).recv()??;

you can use the device's API, for example:

let temperature = t.get_temperature().recv()? as f32 / 100.0;

Further examples can be found here.

Rust version requirements

The bindings require the rust compiler in version 1.41 or higher.


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