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DIoTY: Do Internet of Things Yourself with DIoTY's MQTT Cloud Service and mobile app.
  • Introducing Climaduino - The Arduino-Based Thermostat You Control From Your Phone!

    As you're already using MQTT you could use DIoTY.co as MQTT broker... Like this you have the easy configurable mobile app from DIoTY available to you as mobile (android + iOS) interface...

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  • An inexpensive IoT enabler using ESP8266

    Nice project... One suggestion is to use DIoTY.co as your cloud MQTT server... Added value is that DIoTY comes with a mobile app (android and iOS) where you can see your latest publications and have switches to control your relay...@BoX2: DIoTY only supports QoS = 0 and QoS = 1. In my opinion for a project like this, QoS = 0 is sufficient. If you publish sufficiently frequent, missing one reading is not going to make any difference. When controlling a relay, you as an end user will see on your mobile app that the switch went back on/off immediately, and you will do your action again (you will probably even think it was you who didn't touch the screen correctly). QoS = 2, you only need when it makes a real difference when you miss or double send a single message... which is hardly e...see more »Nice project... One suggestion is to use DIoTY.co as your cloud MQTT server... Added value is that DIoTY comes with a mobile app (android and iOS) where you can see your latest publications and have switches to control your relay...@BoX2: DIoTY only supports QoS = 0 and QoS = 1. In my opinion for a project like this, QoS = 0 is sufficient. If you publish sufficiently frequent, missing one reading is not going to make any difference. When controlling a relay, you as an end user will see on your mobile app that the switch went back on/off immediately, and you will do your action again (you will probably even think it was you who didn't touch the screen correctly). QoS = 2, you only need when it makes a real difference when you miss or double send a single message... which is hardly ever the case unless maybe you're making a mobile payment app!

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  • WiFi / Internet Controlled Relays using ESP8266 - Quick, 30 minutes IoT project

    Nice project, next I'd like to see you using MQTT to connect it to DIoTY.co. Like this you no longer need a static IP or DNS service to update your dynamic IP address. Using DIoTY gives you the additional advantage of getting a mobile app (android and iOS) to control both relays... and all for free...

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