Openfire is an widely used XMPP Server that is written in the Java programming language. It boasts an intuitive and easy to use dashboard where your setup is just interacting with the UI and you can get complex setups done very easily. In this tutorial we are focusing on installing Openfire for use with a Smack based Android App on the local machine were Android Studio is installed. It is in response to my students from the course Build an Android Chat App from Scratch using XMPP and Smack, who happen to need this in big numbers. Let’s get started.Continue reading
In a previous tutorial we showed how to install ejabberd from source code wich is rather involved process but also flexible.In this tutorial we show a less complicated way to get your ejabberd instance up and running.
This will work for you only if processOne or someone has already provided packages for the operating system flavour you are using.The ProcessOne installation page states that they provide both RPM and DEB packages respectively for RedHat and Debian based systems.Continue reading
ejabberd is an XMPP application server powering a good number of instant messaging applications out there.In this post we are going to learn how to install it on a unix based operating system.I will cover ubuntu14.04,but the steps should work on all systems with little or no modifications.
While installing any piece of software ,it is always a good idea to check what the official documentation has to say ,processOne has a good page covering how to install ejabberd.In this tutorial we are going to install from the source code as I find this option most flexible(it is also the most complicated).Continue reading