https://conversejs.org/ was added to Tiki17 and the integration enhanced in Tiki19

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Please see ConverseJS presentation at FOSDEM 2017

See also: Openfire and Federation.

In the context of WikiSuite: Interoperability between Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware and Openfire

Related: SAML and Oauth

See also: Apps building on and beyond XMPP
https://blog.vucica.net/2018/02/what-can-xmpp-do-that-irc-cant.html

Interesting code / lib / projects

https://packagist.org/search/?q=xmpp&orderBys%5B0%5D%5Bsort%5D=downloads&orderBys%5B0%5D%5Border%5D=desc


https://packagist.org/packages/candy-chat/xmpp-prebind-php



"However, I expect webchat XMPP clients to become more and more prevalent in the coming years, even on the desktop, for example when packaged with Github's Electron (an Electron version of converse.js is planned BTW, based on the fullscreen version inverse.js)." Source: https://opkode.com/blog/strophe_converse_sasl_external/


ConverseJS

Some wisdom from JC Brand (author of ConverseJS)
> High level XMPP roadmap:
> 
> Short term:
> * The first step would be to add a personal chat to Tiki, like in this
> video: http://quintagroup.com/cms/js/converse.js   If logged in to
> Tiki, we'd want XMPP presence indicator and 1-click to start a chat
> with them (and be already logged in)

There are various approaches you can take here.

Usually how it works:

1. The XMPP user gets authenticated to the XMPP server,
   by the platform (e.g. Tiki, or in the quintagroup article Plone).
2. Often this happens with the platform making a BOSH HTTP call to the XMPP
   server, to establish a session and to get the BOSH tokens(RID, SID) back.
3. The platform then returns those tokens to converse.js, and it uses them to
   attach to the pre-established session.

A bit more info on this is here:
https://conversejs.org/docs/html/setup.html#session-support







https://packagist.org/packages/jaxl/jaxl




See also:
https://github.com/otalk/otalk-im-client


http://sdelements.github.io/lets-chat/
https://www.zulip.org/
https://github.com/digicoop/kaiwa/commits/master
https://github.com/RocketChat (not XMPP)
https://www.goffi.org/b/9555cc02-6a87-4b6b-af85-20f1c0736722/xmpp-based-tickets-merge-requests-with