[Standards] [jdev] Fwd: XMPP in the browser -- your thoughts?

Matthew A. Miller linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Wed Feb 23 00:02:25 UTC 2011


On Feb 22, 2011, at 13:04 , Hannes Tschofenig wrote:

> I wonder what your strategy is to get native XMPP code into the browser (not just as a plugin).
> In case you have a strategy there are probably a few other things that would deserve attention. Examples: security, and privacy features. 
> To some extend the recently created woes mailing list also touches on these problems.

There's been a mostly unspoken agreement to continue this conversation at jdev at jabber.org.  Please feel free to repost this there; some of this has been addressed already, so you'll want to check the list archives.


- m&m

> 
> On Feb 22, 2011, at 9:14 PM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> 
>> On 2/22/11 12:03 PM, Joe Hildebrand wrote:
>>> On 2/22/11 5:09 AM, "Hannes Tschofenig" <Hannes.Tschofenig at gmx.net> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Aren't there XMPP implementations in the browser already out there?
>>>> Example: Strophe http://code.stanziq.com/strophe/
>>>> 
>>>> So, what are you guys planning to do on top of it?
>>> 
>>> Those implementations use BOSH (XEP-124 and XEP-206) to tunnel XMPP over
>>> HTTP.  Having a full XMPP stream on a single TCP socket can be more
>>> efficient, secure, and easier to deploy.  The nice thing is that
>>> implementations could choose to fall back on BOSH if XMPP-in-browser didn't
>>> work.
>> 
>> Right. This "XMPP in the browser" meme is about native XMPP-Over-TCP
>> support in browsers, not XMPP-Over-BOSH support.
>> 
>> Peter
>> 
>> -- 
>> Peter Saint-Andre
>> https://stpeter.im/
>> 
>> 
>> 
> 

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