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May 24 2017 0 comments

With a bevy of new chat platforms available to consumers, it seems more and more that the emphasis of knowing who is online and what they are doing has fallen out of favor. In place of customized status messages and status alerts, there is now persistent message history, emoji character sets, and an emphasis for media. With this sea change of features, can XMPP mimic the new message direction? It certainly can.

April 21 2017 0 comments

At heart I’m what people call a power user. When I started to use Tigase Messenger for iOS, I was a little reluctant to hand over status to the application, I typically like to have every conceivable feature at my fingertips – even if I don’t use them. But after a few weeks, I’m finding that the simplified interface takes a lot of management work out of running an XMPP account on a mobile device.

March 13 2017 0 comments

Previously, our main project, tigase-server has used a couple of maven modules (separate for the server sources, documentation and one responsible for building distribution packages). Unfortunately for equally as long, the file structure did not follow the standard maven structure. This has been changed today! On subsequent instances of $git pull you can expect changes in the folder structure and files location from:
Tigase Server
|- Master
|- Documentation
\- Distribution

Tigase Server Master
|- Tigase server

March 7 2017 0 comments

The XMPP Standards foundation had its 21st Summit this past month in Brussels, Belgium just prior to a strong showing at FOSDEM in the same city. With a good showing of members, the meeting’s discussion was certainly lively and members made a clear statement that the XSF, and XMPP as a whole is poised to make some changes. Some real change is needed if XMPP is to grow and continue to be relevant in the IT world.


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