[jdev] client library in java or c# (for mobile phone) ?

orin_iut at yahoo.com orin_iut at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 26 12:28:17 CDT 2007


Thanks a lot Tobias for your quick response. It worked. :-)

I tried it 2 days ago, it didn't work. And I tried it today again. And it worked. :-)
Earlier, I tried to compile the core library, did something wrong there and created a mess. This time, I used the library directly and just compiled the example myself. Worked like a hot knife in the butter.

What I understood is, it's a very nice library. I would use that in very near future, when I will need to write code in .net cf.

Right now, I will write some code in Java, so another library that I was able to use, would be more useful at the moment.

Best Regards.
Neun

Tobias Markmann <tmarkmann at googlemail.com> wrote: Have you tried agsXMPP lib? This is supposed to work on Windows Mobile
if I recall correctly.
See: http://www.ag-software.de/index.php?page=agsxmpp-sdk

Cheers,
Tobias

On 10/26/07, orin_iut at yahoo.com  wrote:
> Hello,
> Has anyone used any jabber library for implementing a client from within
> mobile phones?
>
> I have looked around both java and c# implementations of jabber libraries
> and unfortunately none of them worked in the mobile phone (which happens to
> be a Windows mobile for me). Any suggestion would be appreciated.
>
> Best regards.
> Neun.
>
>
>
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