Yes I Love breadboards.
Old school ? Yes
The history of the name even more interesting before they were not too worried about lead soldered projects on the kitchen table perhaps…
Down here we have a term called #8 Wired (aka fix / make anything with fencing wire ) Breadboards fit the hands on / get down / maker space esp on courses electronics + code really nicely. Nothing like physically making the brain connection to connect code to wires to idea. I invented a matching PCB that you can drop your bread and butter project directly over to without having to go through the PCB design and etch process. Perfect for single digit short run concept projects. Ask any time for free sample:
Kiwi Patch Concept
Might have to send a free sample few slabs to the goodie bag dept ?
Good to see some projects.
Is that the linear device ? Have you tried DS18B20 temperature devices ?
The linear temp sensors are ‘everywhere’ and in lots of text books but the digital device is a lot more up front, one step simple and less prone to drift asides from being able to put lots of them in parallel on one wire bus. -55 to +125 Deg C and accurate, calibrated out of the box.
I hope to get my digital GPIO working too.
No luck so far.
Can we have some screen captures of the set up screen the moment just before clicking the green Add Device Bar ?
Video anyone ?
I am (obviously) totally missing a step here. I am not sure if something else has to be done before trying to add a device etc but No go so far… Not for lack of permutations, creative naming, of trying different permutations of the setup new device sequence. On average get one IP or one OP pin (only) working at any first attempt
(I have used WebIOPi for a few years and am quite used to lower level approaches from command line level and up.)