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Welcome to the MQTT community
Currently, content here is in transition from the "old" mqtt.org site and there are many broken links due to the way Github and Dokuwikis differ - find a full list of pages on the Pages sidebar.
Some of the links are placeholders for information we want to include, but that no-one has added yet. This is a constant work-in-progress - together we can make it better!
Our goal is to collect useful content to help users and developers navigate around the MQTT community and understand how best to make use of the technology. Let's bring together documentation, code snippets, and links to good sources of information. Feel free to contribute!
- the MQTT protocol and useful topologies
- implementations and programming models
- use cases and examples
If you have a good example or know of some online information which is not represented here, please help to edit this wiki.
The MQTT Protocol
- Setup and testing with brokers
- APIs and examples (see also the Libraries page)
- Techniques i.e. "how do I...?"
- Coding ideas, wanted applications, bounties, etc
Documentation & Reference
Some links to articles and tutorials can be found via the legacy Documentation page. -- FIXME these should move into the [technical articles](technical articles) and [blog posts](blog posts) pages
- Get Involved has links to the mailing list, IRC, etc.
- Twitter a list of the Twitter IDs of people involved with MQTT (add yourself!)
- MQTT at Eclipse information on how MQTT relates to The Eclipse Foundation with links to relevant projects.
- MQTT at OASIS information on standardisation of the MQTT protocol at the standards body OASIS.
- MQTT community on Gitter is a nice place for developers to come up with their suggestions, problems, and solutions.