MQTT testing for IoT devices on the Raspberry Pi
By: +David Herron; Date: April 17, 2017
MQTT is a lightweight communications protocol meant for Internet of Things devices. It acts like a giant merry-go-round sending messages through a hierarchical structure of ports. It offers three levels of Quality of Service, from level 0 where messages can be lost, to level 2 where messages are held and resent if necessary. MQTT is easy to install on a Raspberry Pi or other Linux Single Board Computing device. MQTT itself is powerful, and the NODE RED platform (which is bundled in the Raspberry Pi) can make great use of MQTT and other facilities.
MQTT Pi testing - YouTube
Source: Richard WennerThis is an edited version of https://youtu.be/WxUTYzxIDns that displays how to password protect your MQTT service, how to test MQTT operation on a Pi and lin...
Node Red MQTT on the Raspberry Pi - YouTube
Source: Richard WennerNode Red has quite rightly generated a huge head of steam in the 3 years since IBM released it as an Open Source project. Here I quickly review the interface...
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