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EZMQTT Broker

MQTT Broker that runs as a control in ARC

+ How To Add This Control To Your Project (Click to Expand)
  1. Make sure you have the latest version of ARC installed.
  2. Select the Get button in this page to download the archive file.
  3. Double click the downloaded archive file to execute installer.
  4. The installer will add this control to ARC.
  5. Load ARC and press the Project -> Add Control button from the menu.
  6. Choose the Misc category tab.
  7. Press the EZMQTT Broker icon to add the control to your project.

Manual

Have you wanted to run your own MQTT Broker? Now you can with this skill.

MQTT (MQ Telemetry Transport) is a publish-subscribe-based "lightweight" messaging protocol for use on top of the TCP/IP protocol (port 1883). The publish-subscribe messaging pattern requires a message broker. The broker is responsible for distributing messages to interested clients based on the topic of a message.

MQTT defines methods (sometimes referred to as verbs) to indicate the desired action to be performed on the identified resource. What this resource represents, whether pre-existing data or data that is generated dynamically, depends on the implementation of the server. Often, the resource corresponds to a file or the output of an executable residing on the server.

You may also be interested in the Synthiam MQTT Client from here: https://synthiam.com/Docs/Skills/Misc/EZMQTT-Client?id=15860. The MQTT client will subscribe and send to topics that this MQTT broker will relay to all clients.

#1   — Edited
Is it possible to make a video of the EZMQTT in action with IoT? 

Very interesting topic, thanks

I have been reading MQTT is the leading protocol for connecting IoT devices

They say - Every day, hundreds of millions of devices and applications send and receive data and commands across IoT, using MQTT.

wanted to start a dialogue, guess no one is interested. 

thanks
EzAng
Synthiam
#2  
Hi @EZAng,

I don't think we'll have time to make a video about it but we're updating the documentation so that should help.

Yes using EZMQTT in ARC does allow for some pretty amazing and powerful capabilities. It's features lend well to connecting with multiple IoT controllers, sensors, and other wireless devices:D

I'm guessing a lot of us here are taking advantage of the summer weather, so that's probably why you aren't seeing much action.