How to use both the PubNub Arduino SDK and PubNub MQTT gateway to send and receive data from a MKR1000 development board using a built-in ATWINC1500 WiFi module.
How to use both the PubNub Arduino SDK and PubNub MQTT gateway to send and receive data from a NodeMCU 1.0 development board using a built-in ESP8266 WiFi Module.
How to use the PubNub MQTT gateway to send and receive a ‘Hello World’ message from a NodeMCU-32S development board with a built-in ESP32 WiFi Module.
An overview for using the PubNub Arduino SDK and PubNub MQTT Gateway to pub/sub data with two common WiFi modules included on Arduino-compatible development boards.
The MQTT standard was originally invented by IBM to efficiently transfer data between embedded systems. In 2010, IBM released a royalty-free version of the MQTT standard.
We’re excited to announce that we have taken all our expanded PubNub Data Stream Network features and have made them available those with MQTT devices.
It is now super easy to integrate embedded devices into the PubNub Data Stream Network with our new and improved support for MQTT.
We’ll look at what MQTT is, when you might use it, and whether you should scale out your MQTT application on the PubNub Data Stream Network.
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