In our ongoing quest to bring the power and capabilities of wolfSSL products to all Espressif ESP32 developers, we are proud to announce two new upcoming Managed Components in the ESP Registry: wolfMQTT and wolfSSH.
We know that many of you are excited to get started as soon as possible. To meet this demand we are announcing the availability of the experimental staging site for wolfSSL components:
First up is wolfMQTT. Getting started with wolfMQTT is easier than ever. Now you can get an example running in about 3 minutes. In fact, in this YouTube video [gojimmypi] demonstrates how with only a few commands in the ESP-IDF, you can get the AWS IoT MQTT example working on your own ESP32:
Here are the steps shown in the video:
#!/bin/bash . ~/esp/esp-idf/export.sh # Needed for Staging site: export IDF_COMPONENT_REGISTRY_URL=https://components-staging.espressif.com idf.py create-project-from-example "gojimmypi/mywolfmqtt^1.0.14-test:AWS_IoT_MQTT" cd AWS_IoT_MQTT idf.py -p /dev/ttyS9 -b 921600 flash monitor -b 115200
Note that this is using the components-staging site, and as such the IDF_COMPONENT_REGISTRY_URL setting is very important. Clear the value when using the production components link.
As you can see, for this example, only one command is needed to create the AWS IoT example application:
If you already have an existing project, that too is just a single command:
Stay tuned for the wolfSSH component to also be added. Soon these will all be available on the production ESP Registry site:
Be sure to watch the recording from the recent webinar:
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