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Re: [paho-dev] Announcing Eclipse Paho version 1.0!

Congratulations to everyone who worked to make this happen. 


On 25 June 2014 22:30, Andy Piper <andypiperuk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The Paho team is excited to announce the release of Eclipse Paho version 1.0, as part of the coordinated Eclipse Luna release train.

The Eclipse Paho project provides open source implementations of open and standard messaging protocols, specifically MQTT, supporting current and emerging requirements of M2M and Internet of Things integration with Web and Enterprise middleware and applications.

Paho version 1.0 marks the graduation of the project from the Eclipse Incubator after over two years of development, iteration and testing, and contributions from a broad community of developers. The initial assets that formed the basis for Paho were Java and C clients for MQTT donated by IBM. Since then, the project has grown to include a number of other MQTT clients in different languages addressing different environments and use cases. The project is also closely tracking the new OASIS MQTT v3.1.1 standard and aims to be compliant with this new version of the protocol.

Version 1.0 of Paho includes:

  • C MQTT client and samples
  • Python MQTT client and samples
  • client-side _javascript_ MQTT client and samples
  • Java MQTT client and samples
  • Eclipse IDE view for testing against MQTT servers

Future releases are due to include an Android service, C++ and embedded C MQTT clients. The project repository also contains MQTT clients in Go, Lua, and Objective-C which are expected to graduate into future full releases of Eclipse Paho.

The Paho team is also happy to welcome two MQTT server implementations, Eclipse Mosquitto and Eclipse Moquette, to the Eclipse IoT family of projects!

Learn more about MQTT at

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