🆕 feature in the Luos release 2.0.0: embedded packages to simplify portability

🆕 New feature in the Luos release 2.0.0: Packages to simplify portability

Packages allow you to store your embedded code features on sharable folders. So you can move those easily from one project to another and share them with the community.

We have big plans for this feature so keep in touch… more information about packages

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🆕 New feature in the Luos #release 2.0.0: Profiles to simplify user API

🆕 New feature in the Luos release 2.0.0: Profiles to simplify user API

Profiles are predefined structures representing a embedded service type. Since Luos 2.0.0, you can comply services to a specific profile allowing anyone to know how your feature work.

For example, any motor (stepper, brushless, Dynamixel, …) can use the servo-motor profile. Then you can control any of them the same way. Profiles also simplify your motor driver development. Instead of dealing with messages, profiles give you input and output variables to interact with anything else (other services, cloud app, …).

You can easily create your own profiles and share them with the community or your team as a feature API definition. Luos is open-source.

Check the Luos documentation dedicated to profiles

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Luos 2.0 is released to the world

🎉 The whole team is proud to announce the v2.0.0 release of Luos with even more crucial features for embedded developers such as Profiles to simplify user API, Packages to simplify portability, Bootloader, Gate discovering, Pyluos shell, Selftest 🆕

⚙️ Luos is the new way to think, create, maintain and evolve embedded systems. It’s an open-source and real-time orchestrator for distributed architectures to easily design, test and deploy embedded applications, like Tesla, SpaceX or Dyson do. 🤖

Discover Luos 👉 https://docs.luos.io and feel free to contact us to discuss your project 🚀

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