XMPP Radar Newsletter #4

Welcome to the fourth issue of our newsletter. This month was very busy for XMPP development with several projects reaching important milestones. 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 October: ProcessOne released ejabberd 15.10 […]

XMPP Academy #2 Video and Slides

We had last wednesday our second 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: What are ejabberd backends ? What backends are available in ejabberd and how do they work ? […]

ejabberd 15.10: HTTP upload, metrics and performance

This month’s ejabberd release contains brand new features, performance optimisations, bugfixes and many other improvements. This release includes a brand new module to help with file transfer. In XMPP transferring files between users required users to be online at the same time. It all changed with XEP-0363 and it is now possible to share file […]

New talk added to Advanced Erlang ejabberd Workshop

You may remember the Advanced Erlang Initiative. You may also remember that back in August we announced an Advanced Erlang ejabberd Workshop that will take place on the 17th of November 2015 in Paris. Today we have more good news. We have just updated the ejabberd November workshop schedule with a new talk by Thomas […]

XMPP Academy #2: November 4th

Our second session of XMPP Academy is scheduled for the 4th of November. 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.

Elixir Paris Meetup #3 Summary

After having been inactive for some time, Elixir Meetup reboot gathering happened last Tuesday in Paris. It gathered quite a large crowd of enthusiastic developers that came to exchange and learn about Elixir programming language. The talks were a good mix of highly advanced demos and good overview for newcomers. Arnaud Wetzel and Antoine Reyt […]

My GSoC 2015 project: push for XMPP

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 […]

Building an XMPP iOS client in Swift 2

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, […]

XMPP Radar Newsletter #3

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 […]