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- Basic Concepts
- broker_auto discovery
- Design principles
- Differences between 3.1.0 and 3.1.1
- Example uses
- Java MQTT Client
- libmosquitto python
- List of links
- Mosquitto Message Broker
- mosquitto php
- MQTT and Microblogging
- Mqtt android develop
- MQTT at Eclipse
- MQTT protocol
- Really Small Message Broker
- registered_topics_like_mqtt s
- Scala MQTT Client
- server support
- Setup and testing
- SYS Topics
- Terms and acronyms
- URI Scheme
- URL scheme
- use cases
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- MQTT at OASIS information on standardisation of the MQTT protocol at the standards body OASIS.
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