[jdev] Which open-source Jabber client is best to develop?

rek2 GNU/Linux LO LO LO rek2 at binaryfreedom.info
Mon Apr 23 14:20:58 CDT 2007

you can try Gloox is very good.

Tran Thai Son wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thank you alot Hamdan for your suggestion. It seems that the Smack
> library from the igniterealtime.org <http://igniterealtime.org> (or
> you mean another application?) is really clean and I'm playing with it.
> By the way, did anybody play around with a Jabber C/C++ library or
> client which can be a good base to develop?
> Thanks alot,
> Son
> On 21/04/07, * Karim Hamdan* <karimhamdan at gmail.com
> <mailto:karimhamdan at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hi Tran,
>     You can try Smack, it is written in Java and is very well
>     modularized and organized, plus it is very well documented which
>     will help you understand what the code does :D
>     Good Luck in your project..
>     -- 
>     Karim Hamdan 

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