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Questions tagged [web-sockets]

For questions about the WebSocket protocol, as defined by the W3C. Do not use this tag for questions regarding normal TCP sockets - consider using [sockets] instead.

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Pushing Processed data from RFID + Sensors to a Platform

I have some sensor nodes (Bosch XDKs) that send information to an MQTT broker and an application reads the information and stores it into InfluxDB. Simultaneously, I have RFID readers that scan some ...
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Websockets with Mongoose on ESP-IDF

I'm trying to use the websocket_chat_client example on ESP-IDF platform but the value of status on MG_EV_CONNECT event is always -1, which is a Connection error. What I've done so far is I took the ...
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Network type for streaming from RPi to several ESP8266 modules

I would like to host a web page from a RPi that has websocket controls that update in 'real time' such as a slider that transmits its value as you move it. I then want to broadcast the values to ...
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Connect Webpage to AWS IoT to Publish Messages

I want to create an IoT system. My system contains a robotic arm, a CNC machine and a web page. I want to use MQTT in which I can publish from my web page to robotic arm to pick up the object and put ...
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How to enable WebSockets on Mosquitto running on Windows?

I have a Mosquitto broker up and running on my Windows machine. I don't remember if I installed it with Web Sockets support (Cause I didn't knew what that was, or if I needed it). But seeing now my ...
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Should I use Mosquitto's web sockets or connect clients directly?

According to this blog, Mosquitto (the MQTT broker) now supports connecting to clients over web sockets. The blog article seems to hint that web sockets are more useful for browser applications, since ...