Welcome to the 6th issue of our newsletter. In this issue we focus on long-form articles discussing the state of XMPP. 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 December: Messaging is Just Getting Started […]
We recently had our third 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 questions: How does Apple and Google Push support work on ejabberd SaaS and ejabberd Business Edition ? direct link […]
This is the first published video for ejabberd Advanced Erlang Workshop. In this video, I talk about the history of XMPP protocol extensions for group messaging and detail each approach for message broadcasting, from multicast to pubsub. I also explain how to overcome the limitations of Multi-User Chat protocol to build mobile Whatsapp-like group chat […]
Our first ejabberd Advanced Erlang Workshop was a great event, mixing really nice advanced talks with the opportunity to meet ejabberd core developers. Tickets for the next event are now on sale.
Welcome to the fourth issue of our newsletter. This month we look into the new developments in instant messaging, as well as highlight important announcements concerning XMPP. 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 […]
Paris.ex meetup #4 took place end of november. It was great gathering. We now have the right venue. People are friendly and enjoying the time together. Developers are coming back and are starting to volunteer for (short) talks. New faces are showing up. We are doing a great job.
Our now popular XMPP online video Q&A session is back for a third session on December 16th. The goal of the XMPP Academy is to help developers get the big picture and get XMPP architecture and design tips from 15-years-experience XMPP experts.
Grapherl Google Summer of Code (GSOC) project is a project targeting the ejabberd environment to provide a metric / analytics system for ejabberd, but also other Erlang projects. Project was completed successfully by Vanshdeep Singh and is available on Github: processone/grapherl. Grapherl introduction The README.md file includes on complete tutorial on how to compile and […]
As Basho just joined Advanced Erlang Initiative, we are joining forces to explain the implications, benefits and strength of ejabberd deployment with Riak (among other Riak talks, prepared by Basho team). During hands-on session, we will show what is possible when mixing two great Erlang products together, on December 9th, in London. You can learn […]
This new version of ejabberd improves the cluster management to make it simpler to use. It fixes issues some may have faced when setting cluster with ejabberd 15.09 and 15.10. Improvements The commands join_cluster and leave_cluster do not depend on external scripts anymore. This makes operation simpler from user perspective and more portable across systems. […]