What is yomo-source? What can it do?

yomo-source provides the data source for YoMo Ecosystem.

Massive real-time data generated by IoT devices, intelligent devices, etc, you can use Y3 Codec to encode the data, and use QUIC transport, then the data source can be used as a yomo-source to connect YoMo Ecosystem and enjoy the perfect low-latency streaming computing experience brought by YoMo.


How to write yomo-source?

  • Encode data via Y3 Codec. Y3 provides Golang SDK, and Y3 will provide other languages' SDK soon, help users use high-performance codec to transfer data easily, you only need to use Y3 SDK to encode data.
  • Transfer data over QUIC. YoMo provides QUIC Golang SDK, just a few lines of code can transfer data to YoMo safely and efficiently over QUIC. If you are using other programming language, you can find the open-source QUIC implementations in quicwg.

Congratulations! You only need to complete the above two steps, then you can connect the existing data source to the YoMo Ecosystem as a yomo-source.



yomo-source-example provides an example of generate mocking data and connect to YoMo over QUIC. You can refer to this example to implement your yomo-source.


yomo-source-mqtt-broker-starter provides an example of receive MQTT messages and connect to YoMo over QUIC. If you are using IoT devices based on the MQTT protocol, you can refer to this example to connect the MQTT messages as a yomo-source.

YoMo will provide more examples of IoT protocols and SDKs, then you can connect data to YoMo Ecosystem easily.

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