[jdev] examples of apps that use XMPP internally?

Massimiliano Mirra iolgzc102 at sneakemail.com
Sun Dec 16 07:07:28 CST 2007

> I'm in the process of designing a system for syncing between mobile devices,
> PCs and the Internet, and I've been investigating XMPP as a component of
> that.  In particular, I'm looking at putting an XMPP client on the mobile
> device which would handle data transfer with the rest of the system.  The
> messages passed would be bits of data to be synced, nothing human readable.
> It seems clear that XMPP has facilities to work in this role, for example
> XEP-0009 (XML-RPC).  What I'm wondering about is this: are there examples of
> applications that use XMPP to transfer their own data around, but which
> aren't IM or other social systems?
> In my brief searches so far, I haven't found any myself, which makes me
> think I'm searching for the wrong terms...

This comes to mind: http://www.dehora.net/journal/2006/05/loopback.html

IIRC Rich Kilmer wrote the jabber4r library for that application
specifically. (I later wrote jabber4r-rpc but never used it for
anything serious.)


Massimiliano Mirra

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