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LoRa App Server

LoRa App Server is an open-source LoRaWAN application-server, compatible
with LoRa Server. It is responsible
for the node "inventory" part of a LoRaWAN infrastructure, handling of received
application payloads and the downlink application payload queue. It comes
with a web-interface and API (RESTful JSON and gRPC) and supports authorization
by using JWT tokens (optional). Received payloads are published over MQTT
and payloads can be enqueued by using MQTT or the API.



Please refer to the documentation for the
getting started
documentation and implemented features.


Building from source

The easiest way to get started is by using the provided
docker-compose environment. To start a bash
shell within the docker-compose environment, execute the following command from
the root of this project:

docker-compose run --rm appserver bash

A few example commands that you can run:

# install all requirements
make requirements ui-requirements

# cleanup workspace
make clean

# run the tests
make test

# compile (this will also compile the ui and generate the static files)
make build

# cross-compile for Linux ARM
GOOS=linux GOARCH=arm make build

# cross-compile for Windows AMD64
GOOS=windows BINEXT=.exe GOARCH=amd64 make build

# build the .tar.gz file
make package

# build the .tar.gz file for Linux ARM
GOOS=linux GOARCH=arm make package

# build the .tar.gz file for Windows AMD64
GOOS=windows BINEXT=.exe GOARCH=amd64 make package

Alternatively, you can run the same commands from any working
Go environment. As all requirements are vendored,
there is no need to go get these. Make sure you have Go 1.7.x installed
and that you clone this repository to


There are a couple of ways to get involved:

When you would like to add new features, please discuss the feature first
by creating an issue describing your feature, how you're planning to implement
it, what the usecase is etc...


LoRa App Server is distributed under the MIT license. See also

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