esp32-ble2mqtt - A BLE to MQTT bridge running on an ESP32

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This project aims to be a BLE to MQTT bridge, i.e. expose BLE GATT characteristics as MQTT topics for bidirectional communication. It's developed for the ESP32 SoC and is based on ESP-IDF release 3.0. Important: Please note that recent versions of ESP-IDF have proven to be very unstable for be with regards to both WiFi and BLE performance. To that end, I suggest using commit 139d49894c473bd34ab6e9515e85d3f6871a30c7 of the ESP-IDF and compile this project with it.

https://github.com/shmuelzon/esp32-ble2mqtt

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