HelloIoT Release

HelloIoT is a MQTT dashboard application. You can use HelloIoT as a MQTT client application to publish and subscribe to topics or you can use HelloIoT as a client platform to create your own dashboard. HelloIoT is a Java multiplatform application and it can run on Windows, MacOS, Linux or Android.

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Getting started

Install and execute HelloIoT

To run HelloIoT for desktop systems, just download and uncompress the appropiate release file. The executable is located in image/bin/HelloIoT.

To run HelloIoT for Android you must allow your device to install unknown apps, download the following release file and install.

Install a MQTT Broker

To run HelloIoT you need to install a MQTT broker or you can use a public MQTT broker. Public MQTT brokers can be good for testing or prototyping purposes. There is a list of MQTT brokers in the MQTT Community Wiki, you can choose the broker that better fits your needs.

HelloIoT is developed and tested using Mosquitto but it will also work with other MQTT Brokers like HiveMQ, EMQTT, Moquette...

Execute HelloIoT from sources

If you prefer to run HelloIoT from sources clone the repository, build and execute. You will need Java 11 installed first.

git clone https://github.com/adrianromero/helloiot
cd ./helloiot
./gradlew run

Other MQTT tools

In the MQTT Community Wiki, you can find a list of client applications and tools. My favorites are:

Acknowledgments

License

HelloIoT is licensed under the GNU General Public License, Version 3, 29 June 2007