[Standards] XMPP or NodeJS ?

Cramer, E.R. (Eelco) Eelco.Cramer at tno.nl
Wed Dec 17 08:51:03 UTC 2014

> On 17 Dec 2014, at 09:36, kwaye kant <gabrielkwaye at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Cramer,
> Does that mean either I use NodeJs-Xmpp or NodeJs-SocketIO ?

You can use whatever you want off-course :-)

If you want to use javascript on the server: use NodeJS. If you prefer python, ruby, Java, C, erlang or any other language out there because this better suits you requirements or skill use on of those.

Depending on your requirements you can pick whatever messaging protocol you want. The stackoverflow link has some suggestions on how you can decide what protocol to use.

If you want to use XMPP then there are XMPP library implementations for many program languages out there. You can find a good list of them on: https://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/ <https://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/>. Do not implement you own server if you don’t really need to. There are great open source servers out there: https://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/servers/ <https://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/servers/>. Personally I’ve use Prosody and Openfire and they are both great. Other servers might have better performance, so pick one that suits your needs.

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