Learn about XMPP's instant messaging features, such as rosters, presence and subscriptions, and private chats
Covers XMPP stanzas, stanza errors, and client protocol syntax and semantics
Discusses service discovery, data forms, and publish-subscribe
Addresses XMPP programming-related topics such as application design, event handling, and combining existing protocols
Details the best ways to deploy XMPP-based applications
Explains how to use Strophe's plugin system and how to create your own plugins
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This book is definitely the go-to for web developers wanting to learn XMPP.
Thanks to the many code samples in the book, I was able to create a proof of concept of my web application, using XMPP for real-time communication, in only a few days.
Jack deftly introduces the required subjects and follows up with very readable examples (code that works!).
I was looking for a book that would explain the in's and outs of xmpp for web developers and this book delivered on the promise. Read morePublished on December 29, 2011 by Jeffery Durand
I bought this book when I was evaluating XMPP for solving a development problem involving browser to browser communication. Read morePublished on April 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer