In the third part of our series, we show how Protobuf messages from the IoT Hub can be processed in Azure Functions.
In the first part of our series, we will connect a Qt app to the Microsoft Azure IoT Hub, use the Device Twin and show you how to authorize your IoT device to the cloud.
IoT and IIoT applications are special compared to other kinds of cloud applications as they have to deal with devices existing “outside” of data centers.
The following series of articles provide an end-to-end overview of what Microsoft Azure offers to handle some of the challenges involved in connecting an IoT Device with the Cloud.
By working through this series you will learn about the major concepts involved in getting your IoT/IIoT device connected to Microsoft Azure. In our examples we will feature Qt, Node.Js, Protobuf from Google and much more to get you started.
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