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The Things Stack integrates directly with AWS IoT via a default integration that you deploy in your AWS account via CloudFormation. You can also configure The Things Stack to connect to your AWS IoT Core endpoint via AWS access keys and role-based access control using custom configuration.
The HTTP Webhooks feature allows the Application Server to send application related messages to specific HTTP(S) endpoints.
Here you can find detailed guides for creating integrations with popular IoT platforms.
The Things Stack exposes an MQTT server to work with streaming events. This section explains how to connect an MQTT client and subscribe to uplinks or publish downlinks.
This section contains detailed guides for integrating with popular MQTT clients.
The Pub/Sub integration allows the Application Server to publish and subscribe to topics, using The Things Stack built-in MQTT client or NATS client.
IFTTT is a service that creates chains of conditional statements, called applets, that can be triggered by the events occurring within various web services. These applets connect multiple applications in order to run automated tasks.
This guide shows you an example of using The Things Stack integrations to interact with LoRa Cloud™ Device & Application Services to acquire the position solution for the LR1110-based tracking device, and to send that position data to a map widget on Ubidots.
Payload formatters allow you to process data going to and from end devices. This is useful for converting binary payloads to human readable fields, or for doing any other kind of data conversion on uplinks and downlinks. This section explains how to set up payload formatters for a specific end device or an entire application.
Storage Integration New in 3.10
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The Storage Integration allows storing received upstream messages in a persistent database, and retrieving them at a later time.