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hubot-hipchat - HipChat adapter for GitHub's Hubot

  •    CoffeeScript

Try deploying the "Triatomic" starter HipChat Hubot project to Heroku. Once you have it running, simply clone it and customize its scripts as you please. This is a HipChat-specific version of the more general instructions in the Hubot wiki. Some of this guide is derived from Hubot's general set up instructions. You may wish to see that guide for more information about the general use and configuration of Hubot, in addition to details for deploying it to environments other than Heroku.

jitsi-meet - Jitsi Meet - Secure, Simple and Scalable Video Conferences that you use as a standalone app or embed in your web application

  •    Javascript

Jitsi Meet is an open-source (Apache) WebRTC JavaScript application that uses Jitsi Videobridge to provide high quality, secure and scalable video conferences. You can see Jitsi Meet in action here at the session #482 of the VoIP Users Conference. The Jitsi Meet client runs in your browser, without the need for installing anything on your computer. You can also try it out yourself at https://meet.jit.si .

kadoh - The Kademlia DHT in Javascript for Node.js and Browsers

  •    Javascript

KadOH is a framework to build P2P applications for browsers and node.js. By implementing the basis of the Kademlia DHT, KadOH lets you build distributed web applications for mobile and desktop devices. With its flexible and extensible design, you can easily adapt KadOH to fit your needs. KadOH is available under the MIT License. See the wiki for more informations ! Also take look at our report and be aware that this document may be outdated.

junction - Essential XMPP middleware for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Essential XMPP middleware for Node.js.




hubot-xmpp - XMPP adapter for Hubot

  •    CoffeeScript

There are a few configuration values you can use when getting hubot-xmpp running. The XMPP adapter requires only 3 (5 if you need specify server and port) environment variables to be set to able to use it. HUBOT_XMPP_ROOMS can be a comma separated list of rooms to join. If your rooms require passwords you should use the jid:password syntax. Room passwords cannot contain ,. Room names must be the full jid of the room for example dev@conference.jabber.example.org.

maplebot - A small extensible xmpp bot built with nodejs

  •    Javascript

MapleBot is a simple XMPP bot built with nodejs. Its built using a number of configurable tasks. Each task binds a set of commands to the bot. When the bot encounters a command it knows. The connected function is run. MapleBot makes a great bot to use on company jabber networks, and can easily be trained to do things like send reminders or get the weather. You can install all of Maplebot's dependencies using npm.

q-municate-web - Q-municate Web chat application

  •    Javascript

Q-municate is an open source code chat application with wide range of communication features available (such as one-to-one messaging, group chat messaging, file transfers, notifications, Facebook signup and audio/video calls). We are please to present you with an out of the box chat application. You can customize this application depending of your needs. QuickBlox is used for the backend.

node-xmpp-via-bosh - xmpp api via bosh written with nodejs

  •    Javascript

Are you using node-xmpp for XMPP? But get blocked by coorperate firewalls? Then node-bosh-xmpp is API compatible with node-xmpp and gives you the ability to use XMPP over a standard HTTP port. I was looking for a BOSH XMPP client for node and came accross Anoop's node-xmpp-via-bosh implementation. His code was not completely working for me so I forked his code and fixed the issue I was having. I wanted to be able to specify the URL of the BOSH server and I also had some issues with the authorization proces.


giggle - :telephone_receiver: Giggle Jingle library for XMPP, implementation of XEP-0166.

  •    Javascript

To be used with JSJaC from Stefan Strigler, available there: sstrigler/JSJaC Giggle is pluggable to other third-party XMPP libraries, please refer to ./src/giggle.plug.js. We'll happily accept your Pull Requests (PR). Only Giggle.js raw sources are provided in this repository. Those are not usable out-of-the-box for production purposes. You first need to build the library components on your local machine.

git-xmpp - pushes information about git commits to a xmpp room

  •    Javascript

Pushes updates from Github, Bitbucket and Gitlab to your xmpp chat room. Note: This needs a bit more testing...





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