[jdev] examples of apps that use XMPP internally?

Pedro Melo melo at co.sapo.pt
Fri Dec 21 10:37:12 CST 2007


On Dec 18, 2007, at 4:51 PM, Cashman Andrus wrote:
> Massimiliano Mirra <iolgzc102 <at> sneakemail.com> writes:
>> 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.)
> Thanks for that pointer.  This is indeed, the sort of use of XMPP  
> that I knew
> must exist but hadn't been able to find.
> I noticed particularly this quote at the end of the linked blog  
> post, which
> puts into words something that I've been pondering as I start to  
> learn about
> this stuff:
> "Using XMPP today for this kind of work, is about at about the same  
> level of
> awareness as using HTTP for system integration was 8 years ago.  
> XMPP might
> become a de-facto enterprise integration technology in or around  
> the end of this
> decade, just like HTTP did at the beginning of the decade. Even as  
> far as
> syndication technology will take you (and that's probably further  
> than many
> people expected), the Web is not ideal as an event backbone.  
> Whereas with XMPP
> and HTTP used side by side, most if not all of the interchange and  
> integration
> use cases are covered off. And Atom is the interchange format that  
> will let you
> carry data across both networks."
> To those of you who've been doing this for a while: do you agree?


I would love to see a XMPP client inside a Web Browser connected with  
presence -1, just for PubSub.

It would make that pubsub connection available to the webapps using a  
Javascript DOM object.

Until then, I think we will bring the web app inside the XMPP cilent.

Best regards,
HIId: Pedro Melo
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