The IoT Gateway project includes several client applications. This page contains a brief overview of these applications.
The IoT Gateway and its clients are available for download under the following license terms.
You should carefully read the following terms and conditions before using this software. Your use of this software indicates your acceptance of this license agreement and warranty. If you do not agree with the terms of this license, or if the terms of this license contradict with your local laws, you must remove any files from the IoT Gateway from your storage devices and cease to use it. The terms of this license are subjects of changes in future versions of the IoT Gateway.
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The source code and libraries provided in this repository is provided open for the following uses:
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Simple IoT Client
The Simple IoT Client is an XMPP client specialized for interaction, administration and configuration of things based on the IEEE IoT Harmonization XMPP Interfaces.
For more information, see the dedicated Simple IoT Client page.
Script Lab environment
The Script Lab application is a simple WPF application that hosts a script execution environment, and allows you to edit and execute script and see the corresponding responses in a simple way. The application is embedded in the Simple IoT Client.
MQTT Event viewer
The MQTT Event viewer application allows you to subscribe to a topic on an MQTT broker and view any event log messages received. Event messages must be formatted using XML and comply with the XEP-0337: Event Logging over XMPP Schema
Select the download that best suits your needs:
|Simple IoT Client Setup||This setup application will install the Simple IoT Client on Windows machines. It is a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application.|
|Simple IoT Client MSI package||If you are creating custom setup applications, you can embed the Simple IoT Client using this MSI package.|
|Script Lab||A zip file containing the executable files for the standalone Script Lab client. It allows you to work with script. The script lab is embedded in the Simple IOT Client|
|MQTT Event Viewer||A zip file containing the executable files for the MQTT Event viewer. It displays events received on an MQTT topic.|
Mastering Internet of Things
The IoT Gateway is presented in more detail in the book Mastering Internet of Things. Source code examples are available on GitHub. The book is available on Amazon, Packt, Bokus (2), or other online book stores.Top of page
If you have any questions or comments, if you would like to request added features, or if you would like to license the software, please go to the Feedback page.Top of page