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Client Libraries For IBM IoT Foundation
Fri, Jan 29th 2016 9:29a   Ryan- Baxter
If you are familiar with the IBM IoT Foundation, than you know the protocol used for communication between apps and devices is MQTT.  MQTT is an open protocol ideal for IoT solutions due to its lightweight nature.  It works very well when used by devices that might be running on a battery or my have a low bandwidth connection.  In the past when I have worked with the IBM IoT Foundation I have always used an MQTT library from mqtt.org.  These libraries work fine with the IBM IoT Foundation as




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