HackCamp London

London • 12-13 June 2010

Tweeted Videos over XMPP

by thesmith

Videos that get tweeted about get resolved in URIplay and stored in appengine (to deal with Twitter down-time) and staggers their output, via XMPP, to who-ever wants them.

As the appengine XMPP doesn’t support STOMP (as this would require long-running requests) Punjab sits between appengine and the client-side Strophe JS library.

Strophe allows users to connect (say, with their gmail account) and receive messages.

Twitter → URIplay → appengine → XMPP → Punjab → Strophe


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