SMQ, (Simple Message Queues), is an easy to use secure IoT/ M2M publish subscribe protocol designed and optimized for embedded systems providing instantaneous Edge Node connectivity. The solution allows resource constrained real-time control, analysis, and updates.
The SMQ LED Demo shows how to design a cloud based IoT solution for controlling LEDs in devices connected to an SMQ broker. The demo uses the SMQ protocol and enables Android clients to control all LEDs in each connected device.
The Android SMQ App provides a native UI that is similar in functionality to the web based client: https://simplemq.com/m2m-led/
Ready to use devices:
Devices can be controlled by the Android app.
* Simulated device (pre-compiled) for Windows: https://simplemq.com/downloads/m2m-led-SharkMQ.exe
* Generic device source code: https://simplemq.com/downloads/SimpleMQ.zip
* Ready to use mbed project: https://developer.mbed.org/users/wini/code/SimpleMQ-example/file/bd3aeb15634e/SimpleMQ
See the Browser to Device LED Control using SMQ tutorial for more information on how this demo functions: