[Operators] JavaScript XMPP client

Valérian Saliou valerian.saliou at capistra.com
Wed Jan 14 06:47:57 UTC 2015


Hello,




If you are willing to use Jappix Mini without the PHP stack, you can extract the relevant static, generated JS + CSS code by downloading Jappix (https://jappix.org/), and running the extract_mini.sh script that can be found in the ./tools folder.




Hope it helps,




Cheers,


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Valérian Saliou

On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 5:43 PM, JC Brand <lists at opkode.com> wrote:

> Hi Peter
> On Fri, Jan 09, 2015 at 10:07:17AM +0100, Peter Viskup wrote:
>>    we are working on implementation of new web client for our [1]jabber.sk
>>    services.
>>    Would like to ask you for your experiences on this front.
>>    At the moment I found two promising active projects:
>>     - Converse.js [2]https://conversejs.org/
>>     - JSXC [3]https://www.jsxc.org/
>> 
>>    Both of them have cons and pros, Converse support MUC and JSXC
>>    video/audio. Both should support SCRAM-SHA1.
>>    Our requirement is the lightweight JavaScript client (to offload our web
>>    server from parsing PHP if possible). Does anybody of you have experience
>>    with some other web clients?
> There is also Jappix, but AFAIK it integrates with a particular PHP backend
> https://mini.jappix.com/
> as well as otalk, which for some reason has been marked deprecated
> https://github.com/otalk/otalk-deprecated
> I'm the author of converse.js.
> Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. https://opkode.com/contact.html
> You can also write to the mailing list: conversejs at librelist.com
> Regards
> JC
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