Message format in JSON instead of XML
slaff at linux-bg.org
Sat Oct 27 10:27:13 UTC 2007
Mainly because the overhead is less compared to XML. And there are
situations where the traffic is costing a lot(like from a mobile phone
A long time ago I created a web Multi Instant Messenger client and IM
Proxy server (http://laffer.sf.net). The project was more or less proof
of concept and didn't develop beyond that. The IM Proxy server that I've
wrote is not able to handle many connections so I am looking for the
1. Find another open source project that I can modify and use as IM
2. OR Use the existing code base of the IM Proxy but rewrote it to
work with, Danga::Socket for example.
If the DJabberd is ultimately extensible/plugable/you-name-it than may
be I can modify it to send messages in JSON format. This way it will be
easier for me to rewrite the existing pieces of code and create a web
instant messenger that can directly call the DJabberd.
One more question, not related to the above - is there a code that takes
care for the connection to remote IM networks like AIM, MSN, Yahoo?
Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 26, 2007 at 05:44:26PM +0300, Slavey Karadzhov wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am interested in modifying Djabberd to send messages in JSON format
>> instead of XML. Is this possible and can you point me where to look in
>> the code?
> Just curious: why?
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