We are announcing today MUC Subscription, a new experimental feature in ejabberd that make group conversations in XMPP work seamlessly with mobile clients.
We are proud to introduce our new ejabberd release, ejabberd 16.06. As usual it includes many bug fixes, but also several improvements.
Here is the video of my talk at Golang Paris Meetup in June (In French). Topic is about writing messaging applications in Go. Enjoy ! Here are the slides:
In this video, Christophe Romain introduces Docker and ProcessOne work in progress to support Docker-based ejabberd deployments. The video was recorded at ejabberd Advanced Erlang Workshop in Paris. You can watch the full talk online: You can also browse the slides:
Elixir Paris Meetup will happen on July 5th in downtown Paris, at Remix Coworking. The programme includes the following talks (in French): Lessons learned by rewriting a SaaS application in RubyOnRails in Elixir (Thibaut Barrère) Sidekiq and Exq (Bryan Frimin) Phoenix Presence: Phoenix 1.2 realtime service (Mickaël Rémond) You can register to attend on Paris.ex […]
Welcome to the 11th issue of our newsletter. You can subscribe to the XMPP Radar newsletter and receive it in your inbox at the end of each month. Here are the links we found interesting in May:
The BEAM Community is a group of projects that run on the Erlang VM. Our goal is to host relevant projects in the Erlang and Elixir communities, making it easy for those projects to participate in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2016 (and similar initiatives), giving interested students a wide range of projects to […]
Welcome to the 10th issue of our newsletter. April will be remembered by the renaissance of the chat bubble, the rise of the bots, and the end-to-end encryption for the masses. You can subscribe to the XMPP Radar newsletter and receive it in your inbox at the end of each month. Here are the links […]
This new ejabberd release includes bugfixes, and also two major source code refactorings: one for ejabberd commands, and other for database specific code in many modules. This version is doing lot of under the scene changes to prepare further improvements and refactoring. For consistency, modules configured to use an SQL RDBMS are named sql instead […]
Thomas Arts, from Quviq AB, introduces property-based testing from his work on ejabberd XMPP server. The talk explains how Quickcheck testing approach can help find bugs in ejabberd and improved the range (and the creativity) of the test cases covered.