Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.
This version has a new web push implementation that works with both Pàdé browser extension and progressive web app versions. For more details, see changelog
Pàdé is the Yoruba word for ?Meet? and is unified communications solution for Openfire providing chat, groupchat, audio, video and online meeting communications through a desktop, web and progressive web user experience.
For a desktop experience, you install the Pàdé browser extension from the Google Chrome app store or Microsoft Edge app store. For a web or progressive web app experience, you install the Openfire Pàdé plugins and access (by default:
https://<your-server-name>:7443/pade) from your favourite desktop or mobile web browser.
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the immediate availability of a new plugin for Openfire that makes available the JSXC web client to your users!
JSXC is a feature rich web client, which, among others, supports video calls and screen sharing. For more information on its features and usage, please visit its project web page at https://www.jsxc.org
Much like the inVerse and Candy plugins for Openfire, the new JSXC plugin installs a pre-configured version of JSXC in an embedded web server that is ready for use out-of-the-box. Install the plugin, and point your users at the URL where the webclient is available (by default:
https://<your-server-name>:7443/jsxc/) and they?re ready to go!
Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the new plugin in the next few hours. Alternatively, you can download the the plugin directly from the JSXC plugin archive page.
jXMPP is a XMPP base library that provides common functionality required by all kinds of XMPP implementations (servers, clients, components, ?). One if its gems in
jxmpp-jid, which contains types for JIDs and comprehensive API for them. Remember the second commandment of XMPP development:
?) Never shall thou use a String type to represents JIDs.
Check out the javadoc at http://jxmpp.org/releases/1.0.0/javadoc/
MiniDNS is a DNS library for Android and Java SE. Initially developed to bring native DNSSEC and DANE support to the Java ecosystem, including Android, it is now on the way to becoming a comprehensive DNS library, besides just a resolver library. Of course, it still can be used to perform DNS SRV resource records lookups, as it is common in XMPP. And for DANE verification (which we hope to become commonplace on day).
Check out the javadoc at http://minidns.org/releases/1.0.0/javadoc/
The Ignite Realtime community is pleased to announce the release of Smack 4.4.0-alpha5.
We decided for another alpha release after some minor issues have been found with the last release. Fixes for all found issues are now in 4.4.0-alpha5, and we additionally improved the DNS server lookup mechanism on Android (although, this is an improvement within minidns-android21, not Smack itself, to be precise).
If no major blockers are found, then we will in around 4 weeks create the ?4.4? branch in Smack?s git repository and prepare the first beta release. If there is a feature or API change you like to see in Smack 4.4, then you should use that merge window to get your changes into Smack.
More information about Smack 4.4 can be found in the release?s README.
The Ignite Realtime Community is thrilled to announce the beta of our next major feature release of Openfire 4.6.0. The changelog details the issues resolved with some of the highlights including:
A tremendous amount of thanks goes to @guus for his continued development work pushing Openfire forward and bug fixes made.
You can find download artifacts for this beta release having the following
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Often folks want to know when to expect the full 4.6.0 release? The answer greatly depends on the amount of community testing and feedback we get! Please drop by our web support chat or post a message in our discourse forums letting us know how the beta is working for you.
Thanks for your usage and interest in Openfire!