A number of tools make it simple to publish or subscribe on MQTT topics. Some are web-based, others are desktop. Some popular MQTT Tools are given below.
- MQTT Board – diagnostic oriented MQTT 5.0 client tool based on mqtt.js. Available in open source.
- MQTT over websockets (experimental) – from the mosquitto project.
- HiveMQ Websockets Client – a websocket based client for your browser which supports publishing & subscribing.
- mqtt-svg-dash – SVG “live” dashboard from MQTT.
- mqtt-panel – a web interface for MQTT.
- ThingStudio – ThingStudio allows you create real-time HTML5 user interfaces for MQTT devices by writing simple HTML templates.
- Moquette – an open source JAVA broker for MQTT protocol.
- IOTSIM.IO – SaaS MQTT lab.
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- MIMIC MQTT Simulator – Thousands of publishers and/or subscribers for rapid prototyping of IoT Applications, performance testing and tuning of deployments.
- Bevywise IoT Simulator – IoT Simulator provides complete functional and performance testing tools for the MQTT Platform, Application & Devices Development.
- IA92 – IA92 support pack includes very useful MQTT Java swing GUI for publishing & subscribing.
- MQTT.app – an OS X desktop test application (simple pub/sub) by 2lemetry, available from the Mac App Store.
- SimpleMessage – a basic OS X desktop client based on the Paho C client.
- TT3 – a full featured windows MQTT client application using Paho libs. Several additional features like performance testing and alerts.
- mqtt-spy – the most advanced open source utility for monitoring activity on MQTT topics; based on the Paho Java client; for details see the project’s home page.
- mqtt-spy-daemon – a headless (command-line) version of mqtt-spy; for details see the project’s home page.
- mosquitto_pub/mosquitto_sub – Publish/Subscribe command line clients, provided with the mosquitto package.
- MQTT.fx – MQTT.fx is a MQTT Client written in Java based on Eclipse Paho.
- mqtt-stats – MQTT Topic Statistics
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Desktop notification tools
- OS X desktop notifications using Growl.
- Ubuntu desktop notifications using pynotify.
- Zenity notifications for MQTT messages.
- Desktop notifications for MQTT messages with DBUS.
- Desktop notifications with libnotify.
- Xenqtt – includes a client library, mock broker for unit/integration testing, and applications to support enterprise needs like using a cluster of servers as a single client, an HTTP gateway, etc.
- twitter2mqtt – a Twitter to MQTT gateway (1-shot) which is using mosquitto.
- mqtt-http-bridge – this simple web application provides a bridge between HTTP and MQTT using a RESTish interface.
- mqtt-to-twitter-daemon – a MQTT to Twitter ruby daemon.
- twitter-to-mqtt-daemon – a Twitter User-streams to MQTT ruby daemon.
- mqtt-republisher-daemon – a small MQTT topics republisher.
- OPC Router – MQTT Gateway (publisher/subscriber) with various plug-ins
- Eclipse Paho – provides an Eclipse view which can interact with a broker for testing.
- mqtt-watchdir – recursively watch a directory for modifications and publish file content to an MQTT broker.
- mqttfs – mqttfs allows you to mount a directory as effectively a link to an MQTT topic hierarchy on an MQTT server.
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