Weak acknowledgments to decouple signal publishers and subscribers

Motivation Ditto 1.2.0 introduced at-least-once delivery via acknowledgement requests. It increased coupling between the publisher and the subscriber of signals in that the subscriber is no longer at the liberty to filter for signals it is interested in. Instead, the subscriber must consume all signals in...

Desired Feature Properties

Desired feature properties added to things model With the upcoming release of Eclipse Ditto version 1.5.0 desired feature properties are introduced to the things model for API versions later than 1. The desired properties for features are added on the same level of the model as the feature...

Announcing Eclipse Ditto Release 1.4.0

Today, the Ditto team is happy to announce the next feature update of Ditto 1.x: Eclipse Ditto 1.4.0 1.4.0 focuses on: Declaration of acknowledgement labels unique to each subscriber Please have a look at the 1.4.0 release notes for a more detailed information on the release....

E2E acknowledgment

E2E acknowledgement using Eclipse Ditto By adding the new acknowledgements feature to Ditto, it is now possible to provide an end to end QoS (quality of service) with level 1. Previously the connectivity service of Ditto did accept all incoming messages immediately as soon as it received...

Asynchronous Client Creation in Ditto Java Client 1.3.0

Before Ditto Java Client 1.3.0, a client object connects to a configured Ditto back-end during its creation. // create a client object and block until it connects to the Ditto back-end. final DittoClient client = DittoClients.newInstance(

Announcing Eclipse Ditto Release 1.3.0

Today, the Ditto team is happy to announce the next feature update of Ditto 1.x: Eclipse Ditto 1.3.0 1.3.0 focuses on the following areas: Implicit/automatic creation of digital twins (things) Use response of HTTP push connections as live message response “Raw” payload mapper for “pass-through” connectivity scenarios not...

Announcing Eclipse Ditto Release 1.2.0

Today, the Ditto team is happy to announce the second minor (feature) update of Ditto 1.x: Eclipse Ditto 1.2.0 1.2.0 focuses on the following areas: “At least once” (QoS 1) processing of messages consumed/sent via Ditto’s managed connections (via acknowledgements) Addition of a "_created"...

Announcing Eclipse Ditto Release 1.1.0

Today, approximately 4 months after Eclipse Ditto’s 1.0.0 release, the team is happy to announce the first minor (feature) update of Ditto 1.0: Eclipse Ditto 1.1.0 The Ditto team was quite busy, 1.1.0 focuses on the following areas: Management of Policies via Ditto Protocol...

Digital twins of devices connected via LoRaWAN to TTN

A workshop of the 2020 The Things Virtual Conference on April 16th 2020 is/was about how to connect Eclipse Ditto to “The Things Network” via TTN’s MQTT broker in order to automatically update digital twins of devices connected via LoRaWAN...

Announcing Eclipse Ditto Release 1.0.0

Today the Eclipse Ditto is thrilled to announce the availability of Eclipse Ditto’s first major release 1.0.0. Maturity The initial code contribution was done in October 2017, 2 years later and 2 releases (0.8.0 and 0.9.0) later, we think its time to graduate from the Eclipse...

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