[erlang-questions] Is ejabberd/MongooseIM not a good choise for mobile IM?

Federico Carrone federico.carrone@REDACTED
Wed Apr 20 16:44:37 CEST 2016

I think they are good tools, however xmpp is pretty heavy. You could
implement a chat on top of vernemq (https://github.com/erlio/vernemq) - an
Erlang MQTT message broker - or Cowboy with the websocket module or REST
handler + SSE for pushing events. I have been using Cowboy with websockets
or REST/HTTP +SSE with great success.

On Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 10:53 AM Caiyun Deng <dcy.dengcaiyun@REDACTED>

> Hi! I want to develop a mobile IM app, i searched something about.
> Because xmpp is heavyweight, is ejabberd/MongooseIM not a good choise for
> mobile IM?
> If you develop a mobile IM today, which tool will you choose?
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