Re: [conversejs] converse js setup
- Tj at vetsworkshop.org
- 2015-02-27 @ 20:46
Thanks for such a quick response.
I am not sure if the Workshop's server is public or not.
I will ask them straight away.
Thanks for the other ideas as well.
I am looking forward to getting converse js working.
Again thanks for the help,
----- Original Message -----
From: "JC Brand" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2015 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [conversejs] converse js setup
If the XMPP server you will be connecting to is publicly available, then you
can simply use the website https://conversejs.org
The website contains a hosted version of converse.js which is available for
use for free.
You can also download the latest version of converse.js, open the index.html
file in your browser and use it like that. It's the same file that is hosted
the live website.
Here is the link to the releases page:
The advantage of using a locally downloaded copy of converse.js is that you
modify the index.html file to change the configuration settings of
On the other hand, if your company's XMPP server is not publicaly available,
then you'll also need to install your own BOSH server, which will act as the
proxy or intermediary between converse.js in your browser which speaks HTTP
and the XMPP server which speaks XMPP.
There is no user guide or end-user documentation. It's something I'd like to
add sooner rather than later, but my time is limited.
The setup and developer documentation is available at the link below:
On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 02:16:56PM -0500, TJ at vetsworkshop.org wrote:
> I am totally blind and use a screen reading program Jaws to use my
> The company that I work for has decided that the company will start
> the Openfire server and the Spark xmpp client for internal messaging
> My screen reader will not work at all with the Spark client.
> I am hoping that since ConverseJS is browser based that it might work
> with my screen reader.
> Please tell me where I may find a setup and user guide, so I can try to
> get Converse working with my screen reader.
> Thanks for all of your help,