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2015

While there has long been support in Openfire for early versions of XMPP over WebSocket (per Dele's fine original plugin, and also via OfMeet), the final specification (RFC 7395) had not yet been implemented ... until now! We have just released a new Openfire plugin that is compliant with the latest specs, extending the core BOSH component with a WebSocket upgrade capability where supported. Older browsers that do not support WebSocket may continue to use BOSH (HTTP long polling) as a fallback connection protocol.

 

The new Openfire WebSocket plugin has been tested using the Stanza.io library and is ready for immediate use. It is available for download via the Openfire plugins page or directly via the "Available Plugins" page within your local admin console. Feel free to leave feedback here in the comments or post questions to the Ignite Realtime Community site.

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Smack 4.1.3 released

Posted by Flow Champion Jul 15, 2015

I've just released Smack 4.1.3 to Maven Central. This is a bugfix release which can act as drop-in replacement for any Smack 4.1 version. Users are encouraged to update since Smack 4.1.2 introduced a memory leak in the Roster API which was fixed in 4.1.3.

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