Screencast – Developing XMPP Services with Jabberwocky and Vorpal
September 4, 2011 9 Comments
I’ve decided to move to the 21st century by recording my first screencast. After hunting and testing various Linux tools, I’ve settled on recordMyDesktop.
The following 2 screencast on this blog are my effort.
So what’s the screencast about? I’ve blog extensively about XMPP and the two framework that I’ve been working on, Jabberwocky and Vorpal. I thought it’ll be nice to show how to use these frameworks.
Part 1 of the screencast talks about the various ways you can develop XMPP services.
These includes service bots, server plugin and external component. The
second segment of this part describes a use case for querying a
database using XMPP.
The source for the code from part 2 can be found here.
Please provide your comments and feedbacks. Till next time.