IoT with MQTT and Paho for Webpages - Eclipse Democamp München 2014

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Presentation from the Eclipse Democamp 2014 in Munich. This demo shows how to connect Webpages with MQTT to get real push notifications - with an IoT protocol! Uses the Eclipse Paho Javascript library and the HiveMQ Enterprise MQTT broker for built-in websockets support.

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IoT with MQTT and Paho for Webpages - Eclipse Democamp München 2014

  1. 1. IoT with MQTT and Paho for Webpages 2014-06-24 Eclipse Democamp München
  2. 2. Your presenters Who is speaking today? Angelika Wittek Dominik Obermaier Freelancer CTO @ dc-square 2 @dobermai
  3. 3. Wondering what you will see today?
  4. 4. Clients can connect with an optional LWT topic. If a client disconnects irregularly, all interested parties get notified. 3 Quality of Service LevelsClients don’t have to poll for new information. Instant Push for business-critical, event- driven scenarios. State-of-the-art messaging Publish / Subscribe architecture for maximum scalability and extensibility. Publish / Subscribe Real Push Quality of Service Last will and Testament MQTT - Features Small selection of awesome features 5 •At most once •At least once • Exactly once
  5. 5. Publish / Subscribe Scalable Communication 6
  6. 6. And it just works Required Software Modern Browser Eclipse Paho HiveMQ 7
  7. 7. Eclipse Paho Paho in a nutshell Open Source “Reference Implementation” Available in many languages: Java, C, C++, Python, Lua, Go, Javascript, ... Focus on MQTT 8
  8. 8. HiveMQ HiveMQ in a nutshell High Performance MQTT Broker Native Websockets support Open Source plugin System Bridging 9 Clustering
  9. 9. ATTENTION Live demo!
  10. 10. Thanks! 11
  11. 11. About us “Munich at Sunset” by Hajer Ben Charrada: https://flic.kr/p/jggJ4j “browsers” by kjhosein: https://flic.kr/p/dAQ1y7 Photos (All Creative Commons) Credits 12

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