How to use the azure-iot-device-mqtt.clientFromConnectionString function in azure-iot-device-mqtt

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github Azure / connectthedots / Devices / DirectlyConnectedDevices / Common / javascript / connectthedots.js View on Github external
exports.init_connection = function(settings, initCallback, receiveCallback)
{
    console.log("Initializig the connection with Azure IoT Hub");
    devicesettings = settings;
    
    console.log("Validating connection settings");
    // Validate settings
    validate_settings(devicesettings, ['deviceid', 'iothubconnectionstring', 'displayname', 'organization', 'location']);

    console.log("Connecting to Azure IoT Hub");
    // Create Iot Hub Client instance 
    client = clientFromConnectionString(devicesettings.iothubconnectionstring);
    init_callback = initCallback;

    if (receiveCallback!==undefined) receive_callback = receiveCallback;  
    
    // Open the transport stack
    client.open(connectCallback);
};
github Azure / azure-iot-sdks / node / device / samples / simple_sample_mqtt.js View on Github external
// Copyright (c) Microsoft. All rights reserved.
// Licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE file in the project root for full license information.

'use strict';

var clientFromConnectionString = require('azure-iot-device-mqtt').clientFromConnectionString;
var Message = require('azure-iot-device').Message;

// String containing hostname, device ID, device key in the following format:
var connectionString = '[IoT Hub device connection string]';

var client = clientFromConnectionString(connectionString);

client.open(function () {
  // Create a message and send it to the IoT Hub every second
  setInterval(function () {
    var windSpeed = 10 + (Math.random() * 4); // range: [10, 14]
    var data = JSON.stringify({
      deviceId: 'myFirstDevice',
      windSpeed: windSpeed
    });
    var message = new Message(data);
    message.properties.add('myproperty', 'myvalue');
    console.log('Sending message: ' + message.getData());
    client.sendEvent(message, function (err, result){
        console.log('Message sent: ' + result.constructor.name + '(' + JSON.stringify(result.transportObj) + ')');
    });
  }, 2000);
github microsoft / vscode-azure-iot-toolkit / src / simulator.ts View on Github external
const total = deviceCount * numbers;
    if (total <= 0) {
      this.output(`Invalid Operation.`);
      return;
    }
    const startTime = new Date();
    this.output(
      `Start sending messages from ${deviceCount} device(s) to IoT Hub.`,
    );
    let clients = [];
    let statuses = [];
    let ids = [];
    this.totalStatus = new SendStatus("Total", total);
    for (let i = 0; i < deviceCount; i++) {
      clients.push(
        await clientFromConnectionString(deviceConnectionStrings[i]),
      );
      statuses.push(
        new SendStatus(
          ConnectionString.parse(deviceConnectionStrings[i]).DeviceId,
          numbers,
        ),
      );
      ids.push(i);
    }
    for (let i = 0; i < numbers; i++) {
      // No await here, beacause the interval should begin as soon as it called send(), not after it sent.
      ids.map((j) => {
        // We use a template so that each time the message can be randomly generated.
        const generatedMessage = isTemplate
        ? dummyjson.parse(template)
        : template;
github microsoft / vscode-iot-workbench / resources / raspberrypi / simple_iothub.js View on Github external
const clientFromConnectionString = require('azure-iot-device-mqtt').clientFromConnectionString;
const Message = require('azure-iot-device').Message;
const connectionString = require('./config.json').connectionString;
const client = clientFromConnectionString(connectionString);

client.open(err => {
  if (err) {
    console.error('Could not connect: ' + err);
    process.exit(1);
  } else {
    const data = {
      topic: 'iot'
    };
    const message = new Message(JSON.stringify(data));

    setInterval(() => {
      client.sendEvent(message, err => {
        if (err) {
          console.warn('Send message to IoT Hub failed: ' + err.toString());
        } else {
github microsoft / vscode-azure-iot-toolkit / src / iotHubMessageExplorer.ts View on Github external
vscode.window.showInputBox({ prompt: `Enter message to send to ${Constants.IoTHub}`, ignoreFocusOut: true }).then((message: string) => {
            if (message !== undefined) {
                this._outputChannel.show();
                try {
                    let client = clientFromConnectionString(deviceConnectionString);
                    let stringify = Utility.getConfig<boolean>(Constants.IoTHubD2CMessageStringifyKey);
                    client.sendEvent(new Message(stringify ? JSON.stringify(message) : message),
                        this.sendEventDone(client, Constants.IoTHubMessageLabel, Constants.IoTHub, Constants.IoTHubAIMessageDoneEvent));
                } catch (e) {
                    this.outputLine(Constants.IoTHubMessageLabel, e);
                }
            }
        });
    }
github microsoft / vscode-azure-iot-toolkit / src / iotHubC2DMessageExplorer.ts View on Github external
public async startMonitorC2DMessage(deviceItem?: DeviceItem) {
        if (this._isMonitoring) {
            this._outputChannel.show();
            this.outputLine(Constants.IoTHubC2DMessageMonitorLabel, "There is a running job to receive C2D message. Please stop it first.");
            return;
        }

        deviceItem = await Utility.getInputDevice(deviceItem, Constants.IoTHubAIStartMonitorC2DEvent);
        if (!deviceItem || !deviceItem.connectionString) {
            return;
        }

        const deviceConnectionString: string = deviceItem.connectionString;
        this._outputChannel.show();
        this._deviceClient = clientFromConnectionString(deviceConnectionString);
        this._deviceClient.open(this.connectCallback(deviceConnectionString));
    }

azure-iot-device-mqtt

MQTT transport for Azure IoT device SDK

MIT
Latest version published 2 months ago

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