MQTT Introduction and Tutorial Part One
 
FEBRUARY 17, 2016

Message Brokers and why your IoT device should use them.


MQTT is an easy way for Internet of Things (IoT) devices to communicate with each other. This light-weight protocol can be used with a simple 8-bit Arduino to a Raspberry Pi to a multi-core PC to Amazon Web Services. It is that versatile.


This MQTT Tutorial is broken into two parts. Part one is an MQTT Introduction. You’ll understand how publish/subscribe message brokering works. Next week, Part two will be a tutorial on using MQTT to communicate between a PC, Raspberry Pi, and ESP8266.


Full Post: https://www.baldengineer.com/mqtt-introduction.html

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