This is a guest post by Christian Ulrich, the author of mod_push and oshiya, an XEP-0357 compatible XMPP component. Christian is the first guest author on ProcessOne Blog. Starting with his article, we would like to open our blog to anyone who wants to share an interesting original post related to XMPP. If you are […]
Following our patch that lead to the release of the updated XMPPFramework CocoaPods, then the Swift demo, we are proud to show you our XMPP Swift wrapper ! The goal was to be able to create a simple yet powerful messaging app, in a record time. With the power of CocoaPods and our Swift Wrapper, […]
With September behind us, we present you the third issue of XMPP Radar. This month we focus very much on new releases and announcements of XMPP software. You can subscribe to the newsletter and receive it in your inbox at the end of each month. Also, do not hesitate to tweet XMPP Radar to suggest […]
We had last monday our first XMPP Academy live online event. Thank you for all our customers who attended and for all the questions we received. Here are the questions that were covered during that session: ejabberd SaaS architecture questions direct link – 1m33s: What is the best way to archive user messages if we […]
This month’s ejabberd release contains some major improvements and few fixes since the last release two months ago. On top of improvements is support of: OAuth 2.0 delegation framework preliminary OAuth and HTTP based ejabberd API, X-AUTH2 authentication mechanism, and message archiving for Multi-User Chat. This is a major milestone for ejabberd, as it makes […]
We are pleased to launch a new initiative to help developer get a better understanding of XMPP called “ProcessOne XMPP Academy”. The goal is to help developers get the big picture and get XMPP architecture and design tips from 15-years-experience XMPP experts.
ejabberd is an ubiquitous Erlang application that is widely available in Linux distributions. For that reason, it needs to rely on the de facto Linux build tools like autotools to make integration very easy for Linux and FreeBSD packagers. However, it does not mean that ejabberd does not play well with the standard Erlang release […]
This is an updated version of this post Oyez Oyez Oyez Swift lovers ! The new pod for XMPPFramework is finally ready ! You are just one pod install away of your next chat application client, in Swift ! The XMPPFramework Podspec was re-written to be fully compatible with Swift, check the full tutorial and […]
As you may remember, last month we launched a newsletter about all things XMPP, called XMPP Radar. The goal of this newsletter is to inform readers about what has happened in the XMPP world each month. We are happy to present you the second issue of XMPP Radar, with interesting links from August. You can […]
Ludovic Dubost, XWiki founder, explains what he has learned in more than 10 years running his company. Mickaël and Ludovic discuss what it is like to be both a programmer and a founder. Ludovic discuss what you have to do to stay relevant in a quickly evolving and highly competitive environment.