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Internet of the Backyard

2 Posts authored by: kartben
Sending sensor data from the CC3200 built-in sensors or attached BoosterPacks is one thing, and hopefuly you've learned how to do it in my previous post. In this second part, you'll learn how to subscribe to an MQTT broker, and receive push notifications that you can use to trigger actions like blinking an LED, controlling a servo, etc.   ...
In this 20-min video you will learn how to connect your TI CC3200 LaunchPad to the Internet of Things using MQTT. Once your board is pushing data using MQTT, not only can you test that everything is properly working by using the MQTTLens Chrome app mentioned in the video, but you can use virtually any MQTT client to consume the data and display it on a chart, store it in a database, etc.           The MQTTTask code is as follows, in case you'd like to copy-paste i ...