Welcome to this weeks blog post about features and improvements in MQTT 5, the upcoming version of the de-facto default Internet of Things protocol! We hope you had an awesome start for 2018.
In the last issue of the blog post series we discussed if it's time to upgrade to MQTT 5 yet.
Before upgrading to the new version, it's critical to understand the key changes in the new version.
In the blog post we'll discuss several aspects of "Foundational Changes in the Protocol" this week. MQTT 5 changed a lot and before upgrading it's important to understand what changed on a high level.
You'll learn the following in this week's blog post:
Find out the answers directly on our blog.
- What are the foundational changes in the MQTT 5 protocol specification?
- What do I need to consider before upgrading to MQTT 5? Is it safe?
- Are there additional MQTT packets? And how can I use them?
- What are negative acknowledgements? And how to use headers?
In case you missed previous parts of the blog post series, we have an overview of all blog posts, including upcoming topics here.