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  • Thanks this provide a good overview of XMPP protocol against REST and other protocol.
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  • This was great till we got to firehawk or whatnot which suggests polling location and updating a tracker. The problem with this is routing. This is not an effective way to push data as it will be halted without forwarding. Unless I'm missing something here.

    However, on the otherhand using XMPP in a BOSH like style is a greeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeat idea (but still requires minor polling, only one because of no timeout in the standard :D). Also allows for great scalability.
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  • Lot of great stuff in here! I rediscovered it when searching around for folk using REST-like patterns to access stuff hidden inside devices that don't have natural public HTTP endpoints (like TVs, phones). I'm curious how your XMPP work has progressed since this presentation...
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  • Thanks 4 this info..
    http://ulfamac.blogspot.com/2009/08/kenali-dan-kunjungi-objek-wisata-di.html
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Beyond REST? Building data services with XMPP Beyond REST? Building data services with XMPP Presentation Transcript

  • Beyond REST? Building data services with XMPP PubSub Evan Henshaw-Plath, ENTP.com Kellan Elliott-McCrea, Flickr.com
  • We build websites. we’re not XMPP experts, specialty is building really large social sites, rich APIs, Web 2.0 stu! we’re Jabber outsider, and this talk is about why we’re excited about XMPP.
  • No XEP overload no xep overload. and we aren’t here to talk about instant messaging, or chat either.
  • Beyond REST, the game has changed. we’re huge fans of RESTful APIs. REST won. Its great. We love it. but recently the game has changed. we’re building bigger websites, the latency is lower, the social network eects are huge, and more.