[JDEV] Re: The easiest/fastest way to develop jabber apps?
rosdi at paksiwawasan.com
Tue Nov 4 11:46:06 CST 2003
We do have special needs.., but from my little research so far I found that
Exodus is as close I can get that fit my requirement.
I will be downloading its source in a few days time and start digging.. :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Cheung" <tony.cheung at asiayeah.com>
To: <jdev at jabber.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 02, 2003 10:55 PM
Subject: [JDEV] Re: The easiest/fastest way to develop jabber apps?
> Hi Rosdi,
> Welcome to the Jabber World.
> I would recommend taking a look at Exodus, a open-source Jabber client
> written in Delphi.
> If you don't have any special need, you could easily create a branded
> version of Exodus, by following the below instructions,
> Tony Cheung
> Rosdi Kasim wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am new to this Jabber world. I just been asked to develop and instant
> > messenger software akin to Yahoo Messenger. However this yet to be named
> > IM going to be used only within our organisation (not public IM).
> > Since I have only 3 months to deliver this, so I need to know what is
> > the easiest and quickest way to develop one. I am no C++ guru, so if
> > possible I want to avoid that. I am thinking of doing it either in
> > Delphi or C#, Java is out of the question since I do not want to force
> > everyone to install JRE to use the IM.
> > Brief Requirement:
> > - Platform : Windows 98 or above (for client, the server may use either
> > Windows or Linux)
> > - Language : Preferably Delphi or C# (definitely not Java)
> > - Timeframe : 3 months
> > I am browsing the jabber website and doing google search right now..,
> > however if someone can give me some pointers or directions that would be
> > nice.. :-)
> > Regards,
> > Rosdi.
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