Hands-On Internet of Things with MQTT: Build connected IoT devices with Arduino and MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT)

Hands-On Internet of Things with MQTT: Build connected IoT devices with Arduino and MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT)
Hands-On Internet of Things with MQTT: Build connected IoT devices with Arduino and MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) by Tim Pulver
English | 2019 | ISBN: 1789341782 | 350 Pages | EPUB | 189 MB

Develop a variety of projects and connect them to microcontrollers and web servers using the lightweight messaging protocol MQTT
MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) is a lightweight messaging protocol for smart devices that can be used to build exciting, highly scalable Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
This book will get you started with a quick introduction to the concepts of IoT and MQTT and explain how the latter can help you build your own internet-connected prototypes. As you advance, you’ll gain insights into how microcontrollers communicate, and you’ll get to grips with the different messaging protocols and techniques involved. Once you are well-versed with the essential concepts, you’ll be able to put what you’ve learned into practice by building three projects from scratch, including an automatic pet food dispenser and a smart e-ink to-do display. You’ll also discover how to present your own prototypes professionally. In addition to this, you’ll learn how to use technologies from third-party web service providers, along with other rapid prototyping technologies, such as laser cutting, 3D printing, and PCB production.
By the end of this book, you’ll have gained hands-on experience in using MQTT to build your own IoT prototypes.
What you will learn

  • Explore MQTT programming with Arduino
  • Discover how to make your prototypes talk to each other
  • Send MQTT messages from your smartphone to your prototypes
  • Discover how you can make websites interact with your prototypes
  • Learn about MQTT servers, libraries, and apps
  • Explore tools such as laser cutting and 3D printing in order to build robust prototype cases