[Standards] XMPP or NodeJS ?

kwaye kant gabrielkwaye at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 09:06:07 UTC 2014

Thanks Cramer,
So I can not implement the node-xmpp-server and try to connect to with a
Java code line. Because the node-xmpp-server does not expose its services
to consume as a webservice. I think I can understand from now why my mate
couldn't argue a lot :)
Let me have a look on the ready-to-go servers list.

Thanks to all.

2014-12-17 9:51 GMT+01:00 Cramer, E.R. (Eelco) <Eelco.Cramer at tno.nl>:
> 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/. 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/. 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.
> Cheers,
> Eelco
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