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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 .

jsxc - :speech_balloon: Real-time xmpp chat application with video calls, file transfer and encrypted communication

  •    Javascript

Real-time chat app. This app requires an external XMPP server (openfire, ejabberd etc.). You find a full list of features, supported protocols and browsers on our homepage.

quickblox-ios-sdk - QuickBlox iOS SDK for messaging and video calling

  •    Objective-C

QuickBlox is a suite of communication features & data services (APIs, SDKs, code samples, admin panel, tutorials) which help digital agencies, mobile developers and publishers to add great functionality to smartphone applications. Please read full iOS SDK documentation on the QuickBlox website, iOS section. Clone repository.

jingle-interop-demos - A collection of Javascript Jingle clients for interop testing.

  •    Javascript

A collection of JavaScript Jingle clients for interop and testing purposes. The aim of this repository is to introduce you to interoperable webRTC projects using XMPP Jingle as the signalling mechanism.




q-municate-ios - Q-municate iOS repository

  •    Objective-C

Q-municate is an open source code of chat application with full range of communication features on board (such as messaging, file transfer, push notifications, audio/video calls, etc.). We are inspired to give you chat application out of the box. You can customise this application depending on your needs. As always QuickBlox backend is at your service: https://quickblox.com/plans/ Find the source code and more information about Q-municate, as well as installation guide, in our Developers section: https://quickblox.com/developers/q-municate This guide is brought to you from QuickBlox iOS team in order to explain how you can build a communication app on iOS using QuickBlox API. It is a step by step guide designed for all developer levels including beginners as we move from simple to more complex implementation. Depending on your skills and your project requirements you may choose which parts of this guide are to follow. Enjoy and if you need assistance from QuickBlox iOS team feel free to let us know by creating an issue. Q-municate is a fully fledged chat application using the Quickblox API. QuickBlox - Communication & cloud backend platform which brings superpowers to your mobile apps.

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.

quickblox-javascript-sdk - JavaScript SDK of QuickBlox cloud backend platform

  •    Javascript

The QuickBlox JavaScript SDK provides a JavaScript library making it even easier to access the QuickBlox cloud communication backend platform. QuickBlox is a suite of communication features & data services (APIs, SDKs, code samples, admin panel, tutorials) which help digital agencies, mobile developers and publishers to add great communication functionality to smartphone applications like in Skype, WhatsApp, Viber.

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.


jitsi-meet-electron - Jitsi Meet desktop application powered by :electron:

  •    Javascript

Desktop application for Jitsi Meet built with Electron. Grab the latest release and you're off to the races! The supported platforms are macOS, Windows (both 32 and 64bits) and GNU/Linux (64bits only).

jitsi-meet-electron-utils - Utilities for jitsi-meet-electron project

  •    Javascript

Utilities for jitsi-meet-electron project. jitsi-meet-electron-utils contains native code for some utilities. You'll need node-gyp to build it and also you'll need to rebuild the package for Electron. For more information see Using Native Node Modules and electron-rebuild.

lib-jitsi-meet - A low-level JS video API that allows adding a completely custom video experience to web apps

  •    Javascript

You can use Jitsi Meet API to create Jitsi Meet video conferences with a custom GUI. Checkout the examples.

Pade - Pàdé (Yoruba word for Meet) is a web browser extension and a unified communications client for Openfire Meetings

  •    Javascript

Pàdé is the Yoruba word for "Meet". Pàdé (the "p" is pronounced explosively) is the renamed Openfire Meetings Chrome Extension. It is a unified communications client for Openfire Meetings and uses the following front end web applications. On your Openfire server, you will need at least the two Openfire Meetings (download from here) plugins and the bookmarks (download from here) plugin. If you are running an Openfire server lower than 4.2, you will also need the websocket plugin.