[jdev] New client; update client list

Marcel Waldvogel Marcel.Waldvogel at uni-konstanz.de
Thu Jun 12 15:40:01 UTC 2014


Hi,

we are happy to announce JSXC, a browser-based XMPP chat taking advantage of HTML5 and integrates into existing web pages. Among the features are:

* Full-featured XMPP client in the browser, no client installation required
* Easy integration into your existing web page or application
* Interaction with your web page, e.g. making Jabber IDs active
* Uninterrupted browsing among JSXC-enhanced pages
* One-to-one chats, optionally with end-to-end encryption (OTR) and user verification (SMP)
* End-to-end encrypted audio and video calls from Firefox and Chrome without plugin
* A growing number of international languages supported
* Event notifications with sound if browser/tab inactive (not yet supported in Internet Explorer)
* Multiple tabs stay in sync (not yet supported in Internet Explorer)
More to come…

Could you please add JSXC to your client software list at https://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/clients/ (JSXC, Browser, http://jsxc.org)?

Thanks,
-Marcel

PS: Some links for other products no longer work or should be updated according to information on the original web page:
Claros Chat: new: http://www.claros.org/web/showProduct.do-id=2.html
SamePlace: Domain used for advertisements only
Slimster: Page empty
Tigase Messenger: new: https://projects.tigase.org/projects/tigase-webmessenger
Tigase Minichat: Not found on https://projects.tigase.org/projects/
XMPPchat: new: http://cgit.babelmonkeys.de/?p=xmppchat.git;a=summary

There may be other broken links there; also, some projects seem to be inactive for years, maybe creating a category of archived/legacy clients would be adequate to not dilute the list of active projects…
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