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I need some help to setup a Gui composer app that uses one of the Network communication models (IBM IOT, MQTT or HTTP). I am following the GUI Composer 2 User's Guide (https://dev.ti.com/gc/designer/help/UsersGuide/index.html#NETWORK) and the IOT tutorial https://dev.ti.com/gc/designer/help/Tutorials/IoT/index.html) , but there are limited information. For IBM IoT and MQTT it seems to explain the Gui composer side of the setup, but I am not sure what to do on the client/target side. I suppose I need some MQTT client application to put on my target device, similar to the serial monitor used for the USB_UART model? I have seen some examples for the SimpleLink wifi MCU's, but is there a MQTT client example application for my device which is the Concerto with Arm Cortex M3 and an Ethernet link?
Also, when using the HTTP communication model, what do I need to do on the target side to set it up for the connection?
On the GUI Composer 2 User's Guide it says that the target code is "built with a webserver", does that mean the web server is built into the gui stand-alone app, or do I need to setup my own web server? if so how do I export the gui project files to be able to host it on the web server, do I use the stand-alone app files or do I publish it to galary?
Is it possible to run the web server on the target device itself and host/serve the gui directly from the target device? For instance by using the Enet_uip example code (C:\ti\controlSUITE\device_support\f28m36x\v210\F28M36x_examples_Master\enet_uip) on the Concerto device?
I know this is a lot of questions but I struggle to get some examples / tutorials that guides through the Network communication model setup step by step. Can you please assist me with this?