Clients & Developer Tools RabbitMQ is officially supported on a number of operating systems and several languages. In addition, the RabbitMQ community has created numerous clients, adaptors and tools that we list here for your convenience. Please contact us with suggestions for things you would like to see added to this list. Perl
Developing Connected Apps for the Internet of Things (IoT) Just Got Easier With Appmethod SOURCE: Embarcadero Technologies Latest Release Features New Technologies for Creating Connected Apps for Devices, Gadgets or Wearables Using a Single C++ Codebase SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 8, 2014) - With the latest release of Appmethod now available to active subscribers and new Appmethod developers, it has never been easier to rapidly build highly connected apps for the Internet of Things (IoT) using a single app development platform and shared C++ codebase. The Appmethod September 2014 Release provides a complete software development solution for building natively compiled C++ apps that connect mobile and desktop devices, sensors, gadgets, wearables, cloud services, and data. App developers can now create dynamic, highly responsive designs across any device or form factor using Appmethod's new FireUI Multi-Device Designer and user interface (UI) components.
Announces LynxOS 7.0 with new Security Features to Protect Embedded Connected Devices As more embedded devices connect to the Internet and each other, LynxOS 7.0 meets the increasing security requirements for real-time operating systems SAN JOSÉ, CA—June 5, 2013—LynuxWorks™, Inc, a world leader in the embedded software market, today announced LynxOS® 7.0, the next generation of their most popular real-time operating system (RTOS) enabling embedded developers to add security functionality to their connected devices. The open standards-based LynxOS has been powering millions of embedded devices for the last 25 years across all industries and now adds significant new features to help meet the needs of the billions of next-generation connected devices. Due to the ubiquity of the Internet, a network infrastructure is now in place for the "Internet of Things"—new world of tens of billions of connected devices. The majority of those devices are expected to be hubs and sensor nodes, collecting data and transmitting it from machine-to-machine (M2M).
MQTT V3.1 Protocol Specification This specification is split into three main sections: the message format that is common to all packet types,the specific details of each packet type,how the packets flow between client and server. Information on how topic wildcards are used is provided in the appendix. 1.1. Compared Alright. So how does WAMP stack up versus other technologies? Do we really need another wheel? Yes. Please read below to find out why we think so.
Introduction to Home Automation with Raspberry Pi and Fhem Home Automation is a cool subject - Its futurity, energy efficient, everything is everywhere under control and at least its a little bit nerdy/geeky. So concerning sizing, power and pricing the Raspberry Pi is qualified for an house-controller. The additional hard- and software requirements can be achieved by already existing hardware modules and open source software - the setup itself is no rocket science. At first its good to know which system should be controlled. There are many solutions and products available, starting from some dollars and ending somewhere in a multi-digit sector. Very popluar in germany (in individual households) are the cheaper Intertechno, ELRO and similiar systems or the FS20 / Homematic system.
A Strategist’s Guide to the Internet of Things Humanity has arrived at a critical threshold in the evolution of computing. By 2020, an estimated 50 billion devices around the globe will be connected to the Internet. Perhaps a third of them will be computers, smartphones, tablets, and TVs. The remaining two-thirds will be other kinds of “things”: sensors, actuators, and newly invented intelligent devices that monitor, control, analyze, and optimize our world. Company - Your Partner for Open Standards based Middleware since 1997 ProSyst is a software vendor, offering the middleware for the Internet of Things. Our roots are in the field of Java, OSGi and embedded software. In general, the company is entirely focused on open standards technology and open and neutral software platforms for service providers and device manufacturers to deploy apps and services.
M2M Webinars Machine-to-Machine (M2M), sometimes called Internet of Things, refers to technologies that allow wired and wireless machines/devices to communicate with each other. As the number of connected devices continues to grow the opportunity for software developers is tremendous. M2M does present a number of software architecture and technology challenges. Most of the current M2M solutions make it very difficult to share information between different applications and platforms. The Eclipse M2M Industry Working Group (IWG) hosted a series of webinars to help software developers understand the potential, challenges and technology of building M2M applications. A series of four webinars were recorded and feature an industry expert focused on a particular aspect of M2M.
Pixie, the ‘Location of Things’ solution, finds your stuff via augmented reality Ever lost your smartphone? Or forgot your laptop charger at home, only to realize you desperately need a charge when you arrive at a meeting? Pixie wants to help you keep track of exactly where your stuff is. It lets you tag your valuables, turn them into a connected network and helps you find them through an app with an augmented reality interface. Developed by Pixie Technology Inc., the ‘Location of Things’ platform is made up of low energy smart tags, called Pixie Points, that you can attach to items you are likely to misplace or leave behind, and the dedicated Pixie app to control the tags and locate items. The Pixie Points are constantly connected to each other and sync their location to their owner’s Pixie app.
Weightless technology - small is dutiful How do you develop a standard that meets the need for thousands - maybe millions - of devices to connect without human intervention? Welcome to the ‘Weightless’ world. When machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity problems are discussed there tend to be two responses: one is to note that there have been predictions of inter-machine connectivity for years and the fact that the technology has failed to deliver on them suggests that an inherent impracticality exists that technology cannot overcome. The second, more positive response is to say that cellular transmission systems can handle it all, but that they will need major reinvestment along with backhaul support from other communications infrastructure. There are many possible M2M applications. Common basic characteristics tend to be: very low cost, both for the chipset and the annual fee for sending data; ubiquitous coverage - even better than cellular; and - in some cases - battery life of around 10 years.
The Internet of Things gets a protocol News By Joab Jackson April 26, 2013 03:37 PM ET IDG News Service - Setting the foundation for what may be a multitrillion-dollar marketplace, OASIS (the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) has declared MQTT (the Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) as its messaging protocol of choice for the emerging Internet of Things. WSN430 - OpenWSN - Confluence $ sudo mspdebug -j -d /dev/parport1 pif MSPDebug version 0.21 - debugging tool for MSP430 MCUsCopyright (C) 2009-2012 Daniel Beer <firstname.lastname@example.org>This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Starting JTAG JTAG ID: 0x89 Chip ID: F16C