[jdev] Looking for a good Java API
stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Apr 1 10:50:16 CST 2005
Sounds like someone needs to volunteer to write some user-friendly docs
(or at least developer-friendly docs) for JSO.
On Fri, Apr 01, 2005 at 10:46:27AM -0600, Ford, Peter wrote:
> I'm looking at JSO right now and I agree - I see no sample code, no
> "getting started"... I need something I can use right away. I'll take a
> look at Yaja too but unless there's adequate user documentation
> switching to another API at this point may put me too far behind so I
> may just have to persevere with Smack.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: jdev-bounces at jabber.org
> > [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org] On Behalf Of Phil Wilson
> > Sent: Friday, April 01, 2005 10:24 AM
> > To: Jabber software development list
> > Subject: RE: [jdev] Looking for a good Java API
> > > Smack is usually recommended for client development. JSO is usually
> > > recommended for component development. Or at least that's what I've
> > > seen on the lists (I'm not a Java guy myself).
> > Yeah, that sounds about right. I've used JSO to play with,
> > but not written
> > anything 'proper' in it so don't know how good it is
> > first-hand. However,
> > there's no easy 'getting started' documentation, and the examples are
> > lengthy and uncommented.
> > > Smack and JSO are the most modern, up-to-date libs for Jabber/XMPP
> > > development in Java. Jabberbeans, Yaja, Marbles, etc. are all older
> > > libs that I don't think people would recommend these days.
> > I'd agree with that, except that I've got an inexplicable and
> > irrational
> > soft spot for Yaja. :)
> > Phil
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