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.
We have a very large number of users in San Francisco Bay Area. ejabberd scalability and flexibility is a perfect fit for startup and we are proud to be powering realtime messaging in the Silicon Valley. As such we have been asked many time to host an event where people working on ejabberd, XMPP, Erlang […]
Johan Oudinet contributed a new ejabberd package in buildroot sponsored by Green Communications. Buildroot can generate any or all of a cross-compilation toolchain, a root filesystem, a kernel image and a boot loader image. The generated root filesystem contains a libc (uClibc, glib, eglibc or musl), busybox and some extra packages. Now buildroot allows to […]
ejabberd project and developers are involved as mentors in Google Summer of Code 2015 initiative. This article explains what it could mean for you as a student wanting to contribute to our project.
Mickaël Rémond explains how the BBC have been using large scale push notification service Boxcar to distribute radio content, breaking news and sport football alerts on a huge scale.
A massive documentation effort It is well know that every developer in the world love writing docs :) Well, I am kidding, but still our goal is to have the most comprehensive and beautiful documentation possible for a project. Given the extremely powerful and numerous ejabberd features and the extensive scope of XMPP, I guess […]
We all agree that ejabberd.im website was a bit dated and did not do justice to the ejabberd code base. It indeed deserved a major rework and that’s what we have started a while ago. We have just rolled out a brand new fresh and modern ejabberd home page on http://www.ejabberd.im/. Along with that design, […]