Steve O’Grady published another edition of his great popularity study on programming languages: RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: June 2015. As usual, it is a very valuable piece. There are many take-away from this research. I will not go over Steve O’Grady findings, but what I found interesting is: Open Source and license matters. For two […]
We are proud to be launching the Advanced Erlang Initiative, a new group of companies that use Erlang as a strategic technology to craft great products. Erlang ecosystems rely on those publishers that are producing person/years worth of code to build excellent products. The Advanced Erlang Initiative recognises that those products in turn contribute to […]
ejabberd 15.06 includes over 100 changes since the last release two months ago. Among those changes it includes several major new features. New features The focus of this release is archiving and easier configuration. Message Archive Management support Message Archive Management (aka MAM, defined in XEP-313) is now the de facto standard for message archiving […]
Apple is tightening its push service encryption Since this morning, Apple has been changing the setting of the push sandbox. This is generally good news, but it means that if your push notification system is written in Erlang, using Erlang stock SSL module, it will not work. If your are using Erlang SSL to send […]
With the recent announcement of push notification support on Google Chrome for Android a new horizon of web applications is emerging. Even if both push and notification drafts are still going through continuous changes, we have published a beta version of our Boxcar SDK for Google Chrome browsers. Read the full post at our Boxcar […]
I had a quick chat of Fernando Ripoll (left) and Alex Knol (middle) from Cobrowser.net at Sea Beyond conference. Cobrowser is a proactive web based chat solution build using ejabberd.
ejabberd 15.04 keeps the project delivering new features and improvements at the same fast pace. The focus for this release is to consolidate and improve what was delivered in the previous release, and also to integrate contributions which had been critical for most deployments these days. New features We integrated usefull contributions around groupchat (mod_admin_extra […]
Our second Paris ejabberd meetup will take place tomorrow, april 15th, in ProcessOne office. We will talk about ejabberd latest features and share our vision for ejabberd future. You are also very welcome to join to introduce your project. You can register on Paris ejabberd Meetup page. See you there !
By combining Elixir powerful web framework with ejabberd realtime messaging platform, you can build extremely powerful applications. This tutorial will help you get started. Here is the screencast showing the whole process. Please read further for detailed step-by-step description and code. Create a Phoenix application The first step is to create your Phoenix application as […]
Thank you all for joining us for our first meetup in San Francisco !