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F28M36H33B2: HTTP and MQTT on Concerto

Part Number: F28M36H33B2

I am trying to setup a Gui composer app that uses one of the Network communication models (IBM IOT, MQTT or HTTP). But I am not sure how to setup my target application in order to get this working. I suppose I need some MQTT or HTTP client application to put on my target device, similar to the serial monitor used for the USB_UART model? Are there any examples or guidelines on how to get started with the target side application software for Concerto M3 to get MQTT and HTML working.  

For HTML a starting point could be the Enet_uip example code (C:\ti\controlSUITE\device_support\f28m36x\v210\F28M36x_examples_Master\enet_uip) on the Concerto device, but how do I get the Gui app to be hosted by the target device web server?

For MQTT I have seen some examples for the SimpleLink wifi MCU's, but is there a MQTT client example application for the Concerto with an Ethernet link?

  • Hi Albert,

    There are no MQTT examples for concerto device. There is an LWIP webserver application though, which can be a starting point. You can design a custom HTML page and create a filesystem with it and load it to the Concerto device(which will run Webserver) and handle the requests from browser(client).