Azure IoT Hub Toolkit extension is now part of Azure IoT Tools extension pack. We highly recommend installing Azure IoT Tools extension pack, which makes it easy to discover and interact with Azure IoT Hub that power your IoT Edge and device applications. This extension pack can help you:
- Develop and connect your Azure IoT Applications to Azure. With this extension, you can interact with an Azure IoT Hub, manage connected devices, and enable distributed tracing for your Azure IoT applications.
- Develop and debug Certifies Azure IoT Devices (including MXChip IoT DevKit, ESP32, Raspberry Pi) to Azure. This extension pack makes it easy to code, build, deploy and debug your IoT applications with popular IoT development boards.
- Develop and deploy artificial intelligence and your custom logic to Azure IoT Edge. This extension pack makes it easy to code, build, deploy, and debug your IoT Edge applications.
Interact with Azure IoT Hub, IoT Device Management, IoT Edge Management, IoT Hub Device Simulation, IoT Hub Code Generation.
The Wiki page includes a comprehensive getting started guide as well as detailed usage instructions of the following features:
- IoT Hub management
- Create IoT Hub
- Select IoT Hub
- Copy IoT Hub Connection String
- Generate SAS Token for IoT Hub
- Device management
- List devices
- Get device info
- Create IoT device
- Create Edge device
- Delete device
- Copy Device Connection String
- Generate SAS Token for Device
- Module management
- List Modules
- Get Module Info
- Create Module
- Edit Module Twin
- Invoke Module Direct Method
- Copy Module Connection String
- Delete Module
- Interact with Azure IoT Hub
- Generate Code for C#, F#, Go, Java, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby or REST API
- Send D2C message to IoT Hub
- Monitor Built-in Event Endpoint
- Send C2D message to device
- Monitor C2D message from IoT Hub
- Invoke Device Direct Method
- Edit Device Twin
- Manage Azure IoT distributed tracing
- Interact with Azure IoT Edge (Install Azure IoT Edge for more IoT Edge support)
- List Modules
- Edit Module Twin
- Create deployment for Single Device
- Create Deployment at Scale
- Endpoints management
- List Built-in and Custom Endpoints
- Monitor Custom Event Hub Endpoint
- In Explorer of VS Code, click "Azure IoT Hub" in the bottom left corner.
- Click "Set IoT Hub Connection String" in context menu.
- An input box will pop up, then enter your IoT Hub Connection String (It is one-time configuration, and please make sure it is IoT Hub Connection String not Device Connection String. The format is
- The devices list will be shown.
Sign in to Azure
Instead of copying and pasting to set IoT Hub Connection String, you could sign in to Azure to select IoT Hub from your Azure Subscription.
- Click "Select IoT Hub" in context menu.
- If you have not signed in to Azure, a pop-up will show to let you sign in to Azure.
- After you sign in, your Azure Subscription list will be shown, then select an Azure Subscription.
- Your IoT Hub list will be shown, then select an IoT Hub.
- The devices and endpoints list will be shown.
||Send D2C message to IoT Hub
||Monitor D2C message for IoT Hub
||Send C2D message to device
||Monitor C2D message from IoT Hub
||Send direct methods to device
||Receive direct methods from IoT Hub
After code snippet is created, you need to install corresponding npm package (e.g. azure-iot-device-mqtt) to run the code snippet.
If you want to 'Run Code' directly, you need to install Code Runner.
IoT Hub Consumer Group (default is
The time span (in minutes) of monitoring D2C message before current time (default is
Whether to show verbose info when monitoring messages (default is
Whether to stringify device-to-cloud messages (default is
Whether to show IoT Hub info when IoT Hub Connection String is not set (default is
Whether to enable auto refresh of tree view (default is
Time interval in seconds for tree view auto refresh, auto refresh has to be enabled for it to work. (default is
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