Tag Archives: XMPP

Stanza.io: Modern XMPP in the browser, with a JSON API.


via otalk/stanza.io · GitHub.

Stanza.io is a library for using modern XMPP in the browser, and it does that by exposing everything as JSON. Unless you insist, you have no need to ever see or touch any XML when using stanza.io.

Jabber / XMPP Instant Messaging platform


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ejabberd – High-Performance Enterprise Instant Messaging Server

Quickstart guide

0. Requirements

To compile ejabberd you need:

  • GNU Make
  • GCC
  • Libexpat 1.95 or higher
  • Libyaml 0.1.4 or higher
  • Erlang/OTP R15B or higher.
  • OpenSSL 0.9.8 or higher, for STARTTLS, SASL and SSL encryption.
  • Zlib 1.2.3 or higher, for Stream Compression support (XEP-0138). Optional.
  • PAM library. Optional. For Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM).
  • GNU Iconv 1.8 or higher, for the IRC Transport (mod_irc). Optional. Not needed on systems with GNU Libc.
  • ImageMagick’s Convert program. Optional. For CAPTCHA challenges.

1. Compile and install on *nix systems

To compile ejabberd execute the commands:

./configure
make

To install ejabberd, run this command with system administrator rights (root user):

sudo make install

These commands will:

  • Install the configuration files in /etc/ejabberd/
  • Install ejabberd binary, header and runtime files in /lib/ejabberd/
  • Install the administration script: /sbin/ejabberdctl
  • Install ejabberd documentation in /share/doc/ejabberd/
  • Create a spool directory: /var/lib/ejabberd/
  • Create a directory for log files: /var/log/ejabberd/

2. Start ejabberd

You can use the ejabberdctl command line administration script to start and stop ejabberd. For example:

ejabberdctl start

You’ve played with realtime XMPP and JSON, let’s do it properly


First I was afraid, I was petrified
Kept thinking I could never live without realtime interaction client-side.
But then I spent so many nights thinking how XML did me wrong.
And I grew strong, and JSON helped me get along
And so you’re back with no name-space
I just walked in to find no silos here ‘cause its all de-cen-tral-ized
I shouldn’t used that custom format
XMPP and JSON is the key
If I’d known for just one second interoperability wouldn’t bother me.