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JSXC 3.1 released: Interoperable open standards chat for any web application

With only a few lines of code, JSXC can turn any web application into a cooperation hub: Standards-compliant instant messaging, group chat, and audio/video calls suddenly are just a click away for your users. And all with security, privacy, reliability, and user-friendliness in mind. For ownCloud/Nextcloud directly in their app repositories, and not much more […]

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Editorial Open Source

XMPP: Chat with a Future

XMPP is the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol standardized by the IETF. This standard provides the framework for doing anything you want to do with chat, and more. Why is XMPP (formerly known as Jabber) not the mainstream chat protocol? Actually it is. It is the most secure messaging standard: battle-tested, independent, and privacy-focused. And […]

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Open Source

Interoperable Chat in Your Web Browser: JSXC 3.0 released

Open, standards-compliant and interoperable chat sounds like a boon. However, proprietary and closed systems (WhatsApp, Facebook chat, Google Hangouts, …) are often easier to deploy, as they are nicely integrated in existing ecosystems. The freshly-released JSXC 3.0 shows that this is not necessary.

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Publications

Chat in Forschung und Lehre? Sicher!

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Interactive web sites for efficient cooperation based on open standards

We published a position paper in German.