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== XMPP Technologies ==
 
== XMPP Technologies ==
 
 
The following pages provide an introduction to various XMPP technologies, including links to specifications, implementations, tutorials, and special-purpose discussion venues. You may want to read the technology overview before diving into the details.
 
The following pages provide an introduction to various XMPP technologies, including links to specifications, implementations, tutorials, and special-purpose discussion venues. You may want to read the technology overview before diving into the details.
  
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== New tech pages ==
 
== New tech pages ==
 
 
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* [[Tech pages/Reliability|Reliability]] -- AMP, message receipts, stream management, Ping, keepalive, etc.
 
* [[Tech pages/Reliability|Reliability]] -- AMP, message receipts, stream management, Ping, keepalive, etc.

Revision as of 08:35, 26 August 2011

The goal here, is to rework the Tech pages at http://xmpp.org/about-xmpp/technology-overview/

XMPP Technologies

The following pages provide an introduction to various XMPP technologies, including links to specifications, implementations, tutorials, and special-purpose discussion venues. You may want to read the technology overview before diving into the details.

  • Core -- information about the core XMPP technologies for XML streaming
  • BOSH -- an HTTP binding for XMPP (and other) traffic
  • Jingle -- SIP-compatible multimedia signalling for voice, video, file transfer, and other applications
  • Multi-User Chat -- flexible, multi-party communication
  • PubSub -- alerts and notifications for data syndication, rich presence, and more

New tech pages

To be worked:

  • Reliability -- AMP, message receipts, stream management, Ping, keepalive, etc.
  • Privacy -- presence subscriptions, privacy lists, simple communication blocking, etc.
  • Admin -- DNS SRV, certificates, etc.
  • Disco -- what is this "disco" thing?