Welcome to the 13th issue of our newsletter. Here are the links we found interesting in July:
Twitch uses Go for many of their busiest systems. Its simplicity, safety, performance, and readability make it a good tool for the problems they encounter with serving live video and chat to millions of users.
IoT communication is complex and varied, and XMPP is a great candidate for an application-layer protocol. Developers can use it in IoT for communication among devices and their corresponding servers and users in the cloud.
Mitto is a worldwide IoT SIM card for connected devices. It wants to make your IoT projects more about the actual project and (much) less about figuring out cellular carriers and connectivity.
In this video, Mickaël Rémond explains the features, options and API that can be used to protect ejabberd servers from spam and various other types of attacks. The video was recorded at ejabberd Advanced Erlang Workshop in Paris.
We are announcing MUC Subscription, a new experimental feature in ejabberd that makes group conversations in XMPP work seamlessly with mobile clients.
Working with React Native, a relatively new mobile app development framework has overall been a great experience. However, one of the common complaints of developers about react native has been the lack of off-the-shelf libs/modules for certain use-cases e.g. XMPP.
This tutorial is about using Converse.js to read values and write values to devices, and also retrieve history of fields.
Intercambio is a Jabber/XMPP client for iOS. It is open source and you are welcome helping to improve it and shape it to your needs.