The XMPP Standards Foundation has moved a while back the repository for the XMPP specification documents to Github: xsf/xeps
Here is a video interview from Jose Valim from Plataformatec about the integration of Elixir programming language as a standard way to write modules in ejabberd. ejabberd is an extremely extensible and versatile server. Using ejabberd API together with Elixir programming language expressivity certainly makes writing ejabberd modules easier. It opens ejabberd module development to […]
BBC News has launched a beautiful new version of its international application in July 2015. It has still the same great content with a new modern look. Coming from a server and scalability perspective, the best part is the incredible audience the International version of the app has, adding to their own UK audience. More […]
We have started preparing our Advanced Erlang ejabberd Workshop that will take place on the 17th of november 2015 in Paris. The main focus of the workshop will be to showcase the use of ejabberd for broadcasting messages and alerts. The goal is to demonstrate that you can truly unlock the power of XMPP by […]
As XMPP experts that love sharing lovely contents we found on the web relating to XMPP messaging protocol, we have decided to launch a monthly newsletter about “All things XMPP”, called XMPP Radar. The goal of the newsletter is to inform readers about what is happening in the XMPP world. Despite all the saying, XMPP […]
If you already installed ejabberd 15.07 Windows installer but have post installation issue, you’d better give the updated installer a try. It is still ejabberd 15.07, so installer name does not change, but new package brings improved scripts. With few minor fixes, this installer now supports: – Windows Server 2008 and higher – Program Files […]
This month’s ejabberd release contains many fixes and a few improvements. This is a consolidation release that help us pave the way to exciting new features coming at end of the summer. Since we released our Message Archive Management support in ejabberd 15.06, we have been impressed by how quickly our users did adopt this […]
When it comes to building an XMPP client on iOS, one will immediately struggle with the lack of documentation and a complex setup involving tweaking files and laborious try’n fail attempts. Suffer no more ! Enter the world of cocoapod: you are just 2 words away of your next XMPP chat client. See more and […]
As a default, ejabberd is secured and resistant to logjam attacks. However, ejabberd 15.06 adds improvements that makes ejabberd even more resistant to future attacks. We hope you will find valuable information there, even from a general XMPP security standpoint.
Boxcar Developer Push service was recently updated to support Google Cloud Messaging 3.0 (GCM 3).