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Today I published my M2Mqtt library on Nuget, besides being already available for some time on CodePlex.
I've included the compiled assemblies for the. Net Framework 4.0 and 4.5 and for the. NET Micro Framework 4.2 and 4.3.
I hope I have done something pleasing for those who until now have used it by downloading the source files directly from CodePlex.
I have made a "small" update on my MQTT client (now at version 126.96.36.199), adding an additional constructor on MqttClient class which has the host name of the broker as parameter (adding to the constructor that provides only the address IP). Such a constructor may be useful in all those cases in which you use a MQTT public broker , such as the Mosquitto test server that is at test.mosquitto.org.
1: public static void Main()
3: MqttClient client = new MqttClient("test.mosquitto.org");
The MQTT client, which I released on CodePlex that can be used with all versions of the. Net Framework specially with NET Micro Framework, was published with a blog post on Coding4Fun on Channel9 by Greg Duncan.
I have just posted a new little CodePlex project: M2Mqtt.
It is a MQTT client (Message Queue Telemetry Transport) that can be used on all .Net platforms, obviously focused on. NET Micro Framework.
MQTT is a protocol for M2M (Machine to Machine) as part of the Internet of Things and for which lately has been a process of standardization by OASIS. Suffice it to say that thanks to his remarkable "lightness", was chosen as the protocol for the exchange of messages through the Facebook Messenger.
For further information please refer to the official website MQTT but I will not fail to publish as soon as possible a series of articles related to this protocol and to the use of the library that I just released.
I recommend .... stay tuned!
After abandoning support for the development of smart devices with the. Net Compact Framework in Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft seems to be back on his feet. In fact, Visual Studio 2012 will return to support it, especially in view of the release of Windows Embedded Compact v.Next. In September, some news will be announced about the roadmap of the. Net Compact Framework.
This information can be read on the Microsoft Connect site at the following link for an open request by a developer who wondered why in Visual Studio 2010 there wasn’t support for the development of Windows CE. Net Compact Framework. An official voice of the Microsoft responded well ...
In the first quarter of 2013, we plan to provide tooling for Visual Studio 2012 to create apps for Windows Embedded Compact v.Next. We’ll be announcing more details in September, including the roadmap for .NET CF. You can find more details this Fall in the Windows Embedded Compact website at http://www.windowsembedded.com.
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