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Is there MQTT connection feature in RAD Studio v10.4?

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Dear RAD Studio Experts,

Nowadays, monitoring huge among of sensors over internet is very popular.  So MQTT was invented for this purpose:

https://mqtt.org/

 

My questions are:

  1. Is there MQTT connection feature in RAD Studio v10.4 so that we can create stunning user dash board from within RAD Studio?  It is a big advantage over http web browser dash board because we do not need to open MQTT server IP address to whole public.
  2. Will there be MQTT connection feature in new version of RAD Studio?  :classic_smile:

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28 minutes ago, TimCruise said:

I've just found this one, and am trying to see how to install it in RAD Studio v10.4:

https://github.com/pjde/delphi-mqtt

:classic_huh:

 

We use this one (paid but not expensive): TMS MQTT Cross-platform messaging client library implementing the full MQTT specification. (tmssoftware.com)
Works very good, we use it for signaling between apps and servicec etc.  

 

 

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It looks good and is not expensive!  Let me check!  Thank you!  :classic_smile:

 

And do you feel that your implementation is more secure than http web browser dash board?

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15 hours ago, TimCruise said:

It looks good and is not expensive!  Let me check!  Thank you!  :classic_smile:

 

And do you feel that your implementation is more secure than http web browser dash board?

We use het purely internally, you simply have to setup an internal MQTT server and point your clients to that, 
 

(i even have tooling to use the internal DNS as configuration for this, but we don't use this at this point yet).

 

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There's also (the rather costly) /n software.

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Hi,

 

I am Sergio the developer of sgcWebsockets library (esegece.com). The MQTT protocol is supported (3.1.1 and 5.0) on plain TCP and WebSocket connections (secure connections are supported too) and can be compiled on all Delphi personalities (windows, mobile, linux...). You can check the following link, which contains more info about the MQTT client component:

 

https://www.esegece.com/websockets/protocols/mqtt

 

The documentation can be accessed from here:

 

https://www.esegece.com/help/sgcWebSockets/#t=Components%2FProtocols%2FSubprotocols%2FMQTT%2FProtocol_MQTT.htm

 

Kind Regards,

Sergio

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