Isode and Swift

February 16th, 2012

Since launching M-Link, our XMPP server, we’ve been asked by many organisations if we can supply and support both server and client components of an XMPP solution.

While Isode remains primarily focused on server software, we’ve teamed up with the developers of the Swift XMPP client to offer commercial support contracts for Swift installations. A lot of Isode staff use Swift as their preferred client (it’s free, open source and is available on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) and we’ve been recommending Swift in our evaluation guides for some time.

Swift has been partly developed by one of Isode’s engineering team and as a company we have contributed engineering resources to its development, something we intend to continue. In addition we’re also now offering commercial licences and support for the Swiften XMPP Client Library. Swiften is used as the back-end library for Swift.

For more information please contact Isode.

2 Responses to “Isode and Swift”

  1. b says:

    When will swift be available in Debian GNU/Linux?
    When will swift allow multiple xmpp accounts?
    When will swift come up with gpg support or any other end to end encryption?
    Thanks for giving kev the time developing swift.

  2. Kev says:

    > When will swift be available in Debian GNU/Linux?
    This is nearly ready – I just need to do the last bits of work on it, I think (Although I’ve never got packages into Debian before).

    > When will swift allow multiple xmpp accounts?
    This is a desired feature, but isn’t scheduled for development at the moment.

    > When will swift come up with gpg support or any other end to end encryption?
    Unknown. XMPP E2E standards are a moving target.

    /K

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