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 !
Elixir Sips is an Elixir screencast website providing great tutorials to learn Elixir but also to help you build extraordinary pieces of code quickly with Elixir. They produced a great series of videos on programming ejabberd with Elixir. In the first part of that tutorial, you have learned how to set up Elixir support in […]
ejabberd 15.03 is yet another important release. We have added fixes and some major improvements. You can learn more about the changes and roadmap by meeting part of the team in upcoming ejabberd San Francisco Meetup. New features Websocket Websocket support is among the major new features introduced in this release. You can write speedy […]
Elixir Sips is an Elixir screencast website providing great tutorials to learn Elixir but also to help you build extraordinary pieces of code quickly with Elixir. They produced a great series of videos on programming ejabberd with Elixir. Here is the material for the first part. We will publish more material on ProcessOne blog soon. […]
Ejabberd comes with a lot of modules, but sometimes you may need an unsupported feature from the official sources or maybe you need to write your own custom implementation for your very special needs. For many years, such contributed modules are stored on ejabberd-contrib repository. However, these modules required manual compilation. This means having Erlang/OTP […]
The nice guys from the Archipel project will be introducing the project on march 25th at ejabberd San Francisco Meetup.
Since 2002, ejabberd established itself as a major Erlang project. People learn Erlang because of ejabberd. For this reason alone, ProcessOne is one of the major contributors in the open source Erlang community, along with Erlang OTP itself (heavy investment from Ericsson), Elixir mainly from Plataformatec, Riak from Basho, Cowboy from NineNines, ChicagoBoss and Zotonic.