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MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) From Ground Up™

Master MQTT, the Protocol for the Internet of Things (IoT) : STM32, Cloud Dashboard, Python, Mosquitto

 14+ hours | Complete Source Code Included

Have you ever wondered what MQTT is?

Have you ever wondered why MQTT is so relevant to IoT development?
In fact, what is a broker, what is topic, what is a message, what is the Quality of Service?
Imagine how exciting it will be to understand all the various component of MQTT and develop your own IoT solutions using the MQTT protocol.
Welcome to...

MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) From Ground Up™

This course teaches you how to develop complete IoT solutions using MQTT, the protocol for the Internet of Things(IoT). 

 MQTT is a lightweight subscriber/publisher binary protocol designed for machine to machine (M2M) communication with minimal packet overhead.

This course uses only the STM32 microcontroller without any specialized wireless radio. We use the UART peripheral as part of our transport layer to communicate between our firmware and MQTT clients which we shall develop from scratch in Python.

The goal of this course is to teach you all about the MQTT protocol, it's architecture and then go ahead to develop realworld case studies using the MQTT protocol. 
So with that understood, let me tell you…

 Exactly What You’re Getting

This course can be divided into 4 major sections.

 First Section

In the first section we learn about the core cocncepts of the MQTT protocol and its unique architectural features

This section is entirely theoretical. It is in this section that we get to understand why MQTT is needed and how it is different from HTTP.

Second Section

The second section provides practical python essential training for embedded developers

This section is for developers who are not familiar with the python programming language and those who want to brush up on their python development skills. 

This is required because we shall be developing our MQTT clients in python.

Third Section

In the third section we will write all the drivers required to enable communication between our firmware and our python applications. We shall develop drivers in python to send and receive data to and from our firmware as well as develop firmrware drivers to commnunicate with our python application.

In this same section we shall learn how to develop MQTT clients, setup a local MQTT broker and also learn how to publish mesaages to the broker as well subscribe to messages on the brok

Last Section

In the final section we shall apply all that we have learnt to develop a Farm Management System based on the MQTT protocol

Over here we shall understand how to approach such a complex project, decide on the best design pattern and then go ahead to develop two farm management systems, one that communcates with only local broker and another one that communicates with both a local broker and a cloud broker

We shall also develop a beautiful looking cloud based modern dashboard to help us to properly visualize the data from our firmware.


 Lesson : Testing the Farm System with the Firmware

Table of Contents

  • Introduction to the MQ Telemetry Transport (MQTT) Protocol
  • ​Introduction to MQTT
  • ​Introduction to the MQTT Architecture
  • ​The MQTT Topic and Message
  • ​The MQTT Architecture and Core Concepts
  • ​Establishing a Connection and the Connect Message
  • ​The PUBLISH Message
  • ​Understanding the Quality of Service (QoS)
  • ​Persistent Sessions and Retained Messages
  • ​Python Essential Training
  • ​​Setting Up Python
  • ​Printing a Statement
  • ​Working with Variables
  • ​Working with Lists
  • ​Experimenting with Arithmetic Operators
  • ​Working with Conditions
  • ​Working with Loops
  • ​Working with Functions
  • ​Dictionaries
  • ​Implementing Classes
  • ​Adding more Methods to the Class
  • ​Understanding the Class Init Method
  • ​Inheriting from a Class
  • ​More on Inheritance
  • ​Setting Up an IDE for Firmware Development
  • ​Downloading CubeIDE
  • ​Installing CubeIDE
  • ​Getting the required documentation
  • ​Getting the required package for bare-metal development
  • ​Testing the project setup
  • Getting Started With MQTT Development
  • ​Creating a New Workspace for Firmware Development
  • ​Installing the MQTT Package and Setting Up the Broker
  • ​Connecting the Client to the Broker
  • ​Publishing to a Topic on the Broker
  • ​Subscribing to a Topic on the Broker
  • ​Getting Started with MQTT.Fx
  • ​Workging with Callback functions
  • ​Experimenting with Multiple Clients
  • ​Developing a Bare-Metal LED Driver
  • ​Developing a Bare-Metal PWM Driver
  • ​Testing the PWM driver
  • ​Developing a Bare-Metal UART Rx/Tx Driver
  • ​Testing the UART Rx/Tx Driver
  • ​Sending Packets with the UART
  • ​Finding the Hardware Serial Device
  • ​Receiving the Firmware Data in the Python Script
  • ​Receiving Python Data in the Firmware
  • ​Analyzing the Steps for Implementing the ADC DMA driver
  • ​Overview of the Direct Memmory Access (DMA) Module
  • ​Implementing the ADC DMA Initialization Function (Part I)
  • ​Implementing the ADC DMA Initialization Function (Part II)
  • ​Testing the ADC DMA Driver
  • ​Implementing a Background Thread with SysTick
  • ​Implementing a Button Driver
  • Case Study: Developing a Farm Management System
  • ​Implementing the UART Transport Class in Python
  • ​Creating the COMMANDS Helper Script
  • ​Creating the Farm Publisher Client
  • ​Testing the Client
  • ​Further Tests of the MQTT Publisher Client
  • ​Adding the LastWill Message
  • ​Developing the Farm System (Part I)
  • ​Developing the Farm System (Part II)
  • ​Developing the Farm System (Part III)
  • ​Testing the Farm System
  • ​Testing the Farm System with the Firmware
  • ​Case Study: Developing a Cloud Based Farm Management System
  • Implementing the Farm Stage and Config Helper Scripts
  • ​Setting Up the Cloud Service
  • ​Implementing the Farm Class
  • ​Implementing the Callbacks for the Local Broker
  • ​Implementing the Callbacks for the Cloud Broker
  • ​Connecting to the Cloud Broker
  • ​Connecting to the Local Broker
  • ​Implementing the firmware to get Farm Stage
  • ​Completing the FarmSystem firmware
  • ​Processing the Farm System Data in Python (Part I)
  • ​Processing the Farm System Data in Python (Part II)
  • ​Testing the Farm System's Data Processing
  • ​Implementing the Cloud based Dashboard
  • ​Testing the Cloud based Dashboard
  • Closing
  • ​Closing Remarks
A little about me : Israel Ninsaw Gbati
Some of you may have taken some of my embedded systems courses from other online platforms. 
This is my private channel. 

I have been writing embedded firmware for years, I have built embedded devices like consumer products and robotic arms.
Till date I have 
trained over 75,000 students in embedded
 firmware development online till date
...including third year undergraduate university students in-person.

If you have taken any of my courses before you will know I start from the absolute basics, I do not assume that the student has any prior knowledge of the topic under discussion. You will also know that by the end of the course you understand the functions of every register used in developing the particular firmware or driver.

This method is the same for all of my published embedded systems courses. 

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