Lightweight and Efficient
Reliable Message Delivery
Connect Massive IoT Devices
Secure Bi-directional Communication
Keep Alive and Stateful Sessions
The MQTT is a lightweight publish/subscribe messaging protocol that provides reliable messaging services to IoT devices with minimal code and bandwidth.
Beginners of the MQTT can use this guide to understand MQTT-related concepts more simply and quickly start developing MQTT services and applications.
The core of MQTT is the publish-subscribe model. In this article, we will introduce this model in detail.
This article introduces the role of each connection parameter in MQTT and helps developers take their first steps in using MQTT.
This article introduces MQTT topics and wildcards by cases, and answers common questions during use to help readers get started with MQTT.
MQTT protocol specifies the 3 QoS (Quality of Service) levels, which guarantees the reliability of message delivery under different network environments.
The messaging series start from initiating an MQTT connection request to the server until the connection is interrupted and the session expires is called session.
This article introduces and demonstrates the use of the MQTT Retained Messages, which you can use to get data immediately after subscribing.
When the client disconnects, a will message is sent to the relevant subscriber.
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