Skip navigation
All Places > Ignite Realtime Blog > 2014 > November
2014
Dele Olajide

Openfire Meetings

Posted by Dele Olajide Champion Nov 30, 2014

Ignite Realtime is pleased to announce "Openfire Meeting", a new plugin for Openfire that continues the development of the ofmeet web application which was part of the deprecated Jitsi-videobridge plugin.

 

PLEASE NOTE - You will need latest Openfire 3.10.0 to use this plugin. Use a nightly build or wait for the imminent official release.

ofmeet1.png

 

Openfire Meetings is a complete standalone plugin powered by Jitsi Videobridge. It does not depend on any other plugins

 

ofmeet3.png

 

The front-end we application is a combination of Candy and Jitsi Meet and enables the following features

  • Openfire user authentication directly from web browser for both Candy and Jitsi Meet
  • Audio, Video and Telephone (SIP) conferencing directly with Jitsi Meet and from Candy
  • Desktop sharing (screen and applications) using the Openfire Meeting Chrome extension
  • Fastpath user agent with audio and video using the Candy and Jitsi Meet web applications. It also requires Fastpath plugin to be installed.
  • Configuration directly from Openfire admin web pages.

 

ofmeet2.png

How to use

Jitsi Meet - https://your-server.com:7443/ofmeet

Candy - https://your-server.com:7443/ofmeet/candy.html

 

ofmeet5.png

Discussion place is in the community plugins, here

The Jitsi project is to introduce a new plugin for openfire called JitsiMeet which is an easy to deploy and configure version of their JItsi Meet OpenSource (MIT) WebRTC JavaScript application that uses Jitsi Videobridge to provide high quality, scalable video conferences. The new JitsiMeet plugin for Openfire will be supported here at igniterealtime by the Jitsi project directly. This is good news for all of us here at igniterealtime.

 

So, what happens to the old jitsivideobridge plugin?

 

The old jitsivideobridge plugin has been deprecated and removed from igniterealtime. The embedded ofmeet and candy webrtc conferencing applications will re-appear in some future plugin later on. Watch this space.....

Filter Blog

By date: By tag: