Monday, March 24th, 2008

Ext-based Jabber Client

Category: Sencha

The Ext JS user community has been extremely active producing some very cool user extensions to the framework. A new project that recently showed up is a Jabber client that includes:

  • Full rostermanagment
  • Instant notifications
  • Desktop look and feel
  • Tabbed chats
  • Wysiwyg messages


You can test out the Jabber client here:

https://194.94.76.11/jame/
You can use your own jabber account or you can use the following login info:
username:tester
password:tester
server:jabber.har.fh-stralsund.de
port:5222

Posted by Rey Bango at 2:28 pm
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Seems I’m not the only one who was developing such:

http://jo-hely.hu/~aadaam/exttest/ext-2.0.1/examples/extjabber/desktop.html

And, to be fair, there’s soashable.com also…

Comment by Adam Nemeth — March 24, 2008

Cool stuff.

Adam, no offense, however I fail to see how you have implemented a jabber client. I can definitely see that you took 2.0.1 and uploaded the examples to your site:

http://jo-hely.hu/~aadaam/exttest/ext-2.0.1/examples/

But that’s about all I can see.

Comment by leveille — March 24, 2008

Hi leveille, if you push connect, It’ll connect to a jabber server, get the roster, etc…

If you want to see source code, here it is:

http://jo-hely.hu/~aadaam/exttest/ext-2.0.1/examples/extjabber/js/Jabber.js

But it’s an early stage, since it was just a demo on Ext for a conference, and I’m full with consulting work right now, with other ajax-based clients (one is prototype, the other is dojo based – the latter even isn’t written by me).

The prototype client is a bit more advanced, yet Ext is the future :)

Comment by Adam Nemeth — March 24, 2008

Thanks for the clarification Adam, and thanks for sharing your source.

Comment by leveille — March 24, 2008

How can I integrate this extension as a sidebar to my stock ticker application?

Comment by Jordan — March 24, 2008

There’s ajaxbber also ;)
http://ajaxbber.sourceforge.net

Comment by ajaxbber — March 25, 2008

That’s Cool~

Comment by KevinLiu — April 2, 2008

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