Atmel Start and MQTT

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Hello,

 

the thing I would like to ask is as follows. Picking certain example for AVR-IoT (ATMEGA 4808 + ATWINC1500) one can notice that there is MQTT node on the flowchart. Which would indicate that Atmel Start (AS) can handle MQTT. On the other hand I cannot add MQTT functionality using AS (starting with fresh project). Is there a rationale for such situation? Is there an officially recommended procedure to implement MQTT libs?

 

Thanks

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had a quick check, but is MQTT not residing inside the ATWINC1500 and has it nothing to do with either the mega nor ASF/Start.....

first glance at a google search indicates that it is a wireless protocol to me.

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meslomp wrote:
a google search indicates that it is a wireless protocol to me

It is, indeed, a protocol - not necessarily wireless.

 

http://mqtt.org/

 

 

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I’d hazard to guess Arduino has full support of the hardware, so adding mqtt is just a library. No fiddling with dodgy Start.