Member #1511557

Member Since: March 21, 2019

Country: United States

  • I use intensively MQTT in local network to control Arduinos and Raspberries in Escape Rooms (up to 20 IoT boards per room) and it's definitively to right choice.Starting 3 years ago with TCP streams, MQTT is much much better. I don't see any other protocol to compete out there.

    My company will publish commercial software to control Escape Rooms and free open-source librairies code for Arduino with Bridge (YUN) and Python libraries (Pure Python, asyncio, Kivy and Pygame oriented libraries and PySide/PyQt5 libraries).

    On Raspberries I use paho-mqtt python lib, on Arduinos I use PubSubClient and on Windows I use C++/Qt/QMqtt.

    To help our project I've already published an MQTT observer (PyQt5) on Gitub: https://github.com/fauresystems/mqtt-observer

    MQTT protocol is light and efficient across local networks but can be used over TCP (and websockets) over wide networks (in such a case, security might be addressed properly).

    Because MQTT is plain text (and can be used for huge binary files as well) it's a pleasure to work with and debug data exchanges)..

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