MQTT is easy when you are using Tibbo BASIC/C-programmable Devices


Posted May 12, 2016 by DmitrySlepov

Unlike many competing platforms, Tibbo OS (TiOS) has TCP/IP networking woven into its core, giving you an unprecedented level of control over your network communications

 
Heya, folks!

We’ve just published a very useful MQTT library and a pair of demo projects illustrating the use of the new MQTT library.

Showcasing both the publisher and subscriber sides of MQTT, these projects demonstrate the remote control of three LEDs on the subscriber using three buttons on the publisher.

More importantly, the projects show how easy it is to create lightweight IoT devices with Tibbo BASIC/C and Tibbo hardware.

Unlike many competing platforms, Tibbo OS (TiOS) has TCP/IP networking woven into its core, giving you an unprecedented level of control over your network communications. At the same time, the simplicity of Tibbo BASIC and Tibbo C dramatically shortens the learning process, as well as the time needed to develop robust network-enabled applications.

Try the MQTT Library Demo and see for yourself here: http://tibbo.com/programmable/applications.html#/mqtt_library_demo
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Tags Embedded , IoT , Tibbo , mqtt
Last Updated May 12, 2016