GitHub

It’s me on GitHub and my related open source projects :

  • M2Mqtt : M2Mqtt is a MQTT client available for all .Net platforms (.Net Framework, .Net Compact Framework and .Net Micro Framework) and WinRT platforms (Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1) for Internet of Things and M2M communication;
  • GnatMQ : Project to develop a broker (server) for the MQTT protocol, an M2M Internet-of-Things communication protocol based on .Net Framework. It works on WinRT platforms too (Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10) and .Net Compact Framework 3.9 (Windows Embedded Compact);
  • Pi2 to Event Hubs : Source code demo for the session “Telemetry from Windows 10 IoT Core on Raspberry Pi 2 to Event Hubs” at Mobile Camp 2015 in Naples;
  • BLE 2 Azure : IoT Gateway concept from BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) devices to Azure (Event Hubs);
  • Azure SB Lite examples : Example scenarios to use Azure SB Lite library to access Azure Service Bus (Event Hubs, Queues and Topics/Subscription);
  • Code Samples : code samples related to my articles, blog posts and demo;
  • Azure nodes : Library with nodes for Node-RED to use Microsoft Azure services;
  • AMQP 1.0 nodes for Node-RED : This project provides a set of nodes for Node-RED that makes it easy to integrate AMQP 1.0 protocol in a flow application.
  • MQTT location: This is demo project showed in my session at Mobile Camp 2014 in Naples about geolocation with MQTT (vs HTTP) on Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 devices;
  • uPLibrary : uPLibrary is an helper library composed of managed drivers for common hardware that you can interface to your .Net Micro Framework board and some other useful components;
  • uCloudy : uCloudy is a library for .NET Micro Framework that provides a set of clients to connect to the main services in the cloud;
  • uNFC : uNFC library allow to use NFC integrated circuit connected to your PC (via serial) or to embedded system based on Windows Embedded Compact or .Net Micro Framework;
  • .Net Micro Framework Weather Station : This project helps you to build a weather station based on .Net Micro Framework;
  • MicroJSON : This project is based on MicroJSON library (developed by Mario Vernari) that provides a JSON parser to create and read JSON objects and strings;
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