Jaxl 2.0 Core classes, available methods and directory structure

In this blog post we will dig deep into the core of Jaxl 2.0 – An XMPP framework written in PHP. Specifically, we will go through Jaxl core directory structure. Towards the end we will get familiar with various core classes and their available methods (e.g. $jaxl->sendMessage()), that developers can use in their XMPP applications.

Writing a command line XMPP bot (echobot) using Jaxl 2.0

In this blog post, we will write a sample XMPP bot (echobot) using Jaxl 2.0. In turn we will introduce ourselves to some of the basic functionality we can do using Jaxl e.g. fetching roster list, subscribing and unsubscribing to a user presence, etc. We will also focus on how to use XMPP extensions (XEP’s) inside our echobot code. Specifically, we will make use of XEP-0085 (chat state notification), XEP-0203 (delayed delivery) and XEP-0092 (software version) in our sample echobot application.

Introducing WP-Chat :: XMPP Chat plugin for WordPress

WP-Chat plugin embeds Jaxl IM (Instant Messenger for the web) for wordpress blogs. It runs across all major browsers and built upon XMPP protocol. It is a hosted solution from Jaxl.im empowering real time communication between you and your site visitors. It expects no software or hardware pre-requisites from your site servers or users. Above all it’s free!