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- November 22, 2020 at 8:49 am #2771nelsciParticipant
Hello, I created a [fork](https://github.com/1nv1/phpMQTT) of phpMQTT to support PHP 7.x. Also, I’ll work for a better way to handler errors. Happy hacking!November 22, 2020 at 8:49 am #2772NamoshekGuest
Some time ago, I started my own MQTT client project since the available options for PHP are either not of the best quality or are lacking quite some features. If anyone is interested in checking it out: [`php-mqtt/client`](https://github.com/php-mqtt/client)
Development on the library is… somewhat active. There is a significant refactoring coming up on the similarly named branch with quite a few new features, especially regarding TLS. The ultimate plan would be to support MQTT 5 side-by-side with MQTT 3.1, which is the currently supported version. Contributions are welcome. 👍November 22, 2020 at 8:49 am #2773nicolasdanelonGuest
what about some tests?
and some clean up?
I know, the main goal is to have this working with php7.x but maybe we can improve that code hahaNovember 22, 2020 at 8:49 am #2774LiamTailorGuest
Anyone care to share how they used this protocol in a real-life scenario? And maybe where would you use this, instead of something like Rabbit MQ? I’ve only recently setup Rabbit localy on my PC to check it out, since I haven’t really had a chance to work with a message bus professionally, so I’m curious what types of problems does it solve in a real-life application.
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