Mongoose Library usage

Embedded Web Server

for electronic devices

Meet Mongoose - an open source embedded HTTP/Websocket/MQTT library for C/C++

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Web UI Interface

Mongoose turns a software product, a device or appliance into a web server, accessible by a browser


Device control panel

One of the most common use cases is to use Mongoose to add a Web-accessible control panel for a device


Login screen, file uploads and more

Ready-to-go examples and tutorials for common functionalities like authentication, live logs, video streaming


Remote control

Using Mongoose, it is easy to create various API to control your device or application remotely - via browser, mobile phone, or automation tools



We have created an extremely memory efficient, easy to use, MIT-licensed JSON library to use together with Mongoose


Real-time two-way communication

Real-time, full duplex communication over MQTT or Websocket. Exhange plain data, or wrap data into JSON to use JSON-RPC!

Telemetry data reporting

Mongoose turns a software product, a device or appliance into a web server, accessible by a browser


Talk to AWS IoT, Azure, Google IoT

Upload device data to a cloud server of your choice. Use a 3rd party cloud provider, or spin your own


Live data streams

Implement real-time data upload using industry standard protocols like MQTT and Websocket


Over-the-Air updates

For any connected product, a reliable OTA is key


Efficient file uploads

On devices with very little memory, Mongoose can save large firmware files easily


Push or pull

Update devices automatically by periodic pull / version check, or by an explicit push