MQTT is a communication protocol for communicating connected objects or machines to each other.
ESP8266 + DHT22 + MQTT, here's how we will learn how to make our first connected object (a temperature probe) and connect it to the Home Assistant server. To realize this connected object we will ...
In the previous article, we discovered the Sonoff 4CH Pro, a control box that allows to control by WiFi and by radio 433MHz up to 4 relays. In this new tutorial, we will see how to install the ...
After introducing the Homie library in the two previous articles (well starting with Homie, programming principle), it is time to move on to a complete example of application. In ...
We continue our series of articles on remote control of the actuator and more particularly the PTZ (Pan-Tilt) articulated systems. In the previous tutorials we saw how to drive a ...READ MORE +
With the ESP8266 modules or an Arduino, it is very easy to build your own connected objects (DIY IoT) and integrate them into a home automation server with the MQTT protocol (with Mosquitto for ...READ MORE +
In the previous article, we saw how to install and use the Broker MQTT Mosquitto on a Raspberry Pi 3 (or some other system). The advantage of owning your own Broker is to keep your data "at home". It ...READ MORE +
Mosquitto is an Open Source MQTT (Broker) server that can be installed on a Raspberry Pi (but also on other platforms) to facilitate communication between connected objects (M2M). ...READ MORE +
ESP Easy integrates several default communication protocols, several based on MQTT (Domoticz MQTT, OpenHAB MQTT and PiDome MQTT). These protocols are very focused "home automation servers". If you ...READ MORE +