Real-time Radar #27

ProcessOne curates the Real-time Radar – a newsletter focusing on articles about technology and business aspects of real-time solutions. Here are the articles we found interesting in Issue #27. To receive this newsletter straight to your inbox on the day it is published, subscribe here. GopherCon 2019 Highlights ProcessOne CEO had the chance to attend […]

Real-time Radar #26

ProcessOne curates the Real-time Radar – a newsletter focusing on articles about technology and business aspects of real-time solutions. Here are the articles we found interesting in Issue #26. To receive this newsletter straight to your inbox on the day it is published, subscribe here. Uniting global football fans with an XMPP geocluster When you […]

Swift Server-Side Conference 2019 Highlights: Day 2

The second day of the Swift Server-Side conference was as packed with great talk as the first day. You can read my previous post on workshop and day 1. Building the next version of the Smoke Framework (Simon Pilkington) Simon Pilkinson introduced his rework on the Smoke framework, developed as a video ingestion platform for […]

Swift Server-Side Conference 2019 Highlights: Workshop & Day 1

Swift is mostly known nowadays as the main programming language you can use to develop on Apple devices. However Swift, being Open Source, has a small community of dedicated people that have started to work on building an ecosystem to make Swift development on the server-side a viable option. Swift Server-Side is a fairly new […]

ejabberd 19.09.1

We are announcing a supplemental bugfix release of ejabberd version 19.09.1. The main focus has been to fix the issue with webadmin returning 404 Not Found when Host header doesn’t match anything in configured hosts.

Understanding ejabberd OAuth Support & Roadmap

Login and password authentication is still the most commonly used auth mechanism on XMPP services. However, it is causing security concerns because it requires to store the credentials on the client app in order to login again without asking for the password. Mobile APIs on iOS and Android can let you encrypt the data at […]

FrenchKit Conference: Day 2 Highlights

Yesterday, I shared my highlights on FrenchKit Conference 2019, Day 1. Today, I will talk about FrenchKit Day 2. Swift Superpowers Swift Superpowers were three lightning talks presented by David Bonnet, mostly focused on server-side Swift, and spread out during the day. He covered the following topics: Vapor 3 code examples Networking example with SwiftNIO […]

FrenchKit Conference: Day 1 Highlights

FrenchKit is an iOS and macOS developer conference held in Paris. The fourth edition took place on October 7-8, 2019. I was attending this conference for the first time and really enjoyed the gathering. The conference is well organised, with a lot of excellent speakers. There is a true good vibe coming from the FrenchKit […]

SwiftNIO: Understanding Futures and Promises

SwiftNIO is Apple non-blocking networking library. It can be used to write either client libraries or server frameworks and works on macOS, iOS and Linux. It is built by some of the Netty team members. It is a port of Netty, a high performance networking framework written in Java and adapted in Swift. SwiftNIO thus […]

Writing a Custom Scroll View with SwiftUI in a chat application

When you are writing a chat application, you need to be able to have some control on the chat view. The chat view typically starts aligned at the end of the conversation, which is the bottom of the screen. When you have received more messages and they cannot fit on one screen anymore, you can […]

ejabberd 19.09

We are pleased to announce ejabberd version 19.09. The main focus has been to improve automatic certificate management stack (Let’s Encrypt). We also fixed bugs that had been introduced during previous big refactoring of the configuration management file, as well as the usual various bug fixes.

Using a local development trusted CA on MacOS

TLS certificates are so ubiquitous that you now very often need them even during the development phase. Developers are thus used to create “self-signed” certificates and configure their client requiring TLS support to accept self-signed certificates. This can be fine for development: As both the client and the server are on the same computer, the […]

We are not an Erlang company

ProcessOne has made a mark on Erlang history, developing reference software in Erlang, providing strong Erlang expertise and helping grow the its ecosystem. Still, ProcessOne is much more than our Erlang fame. We are technology agnostic. We are great at selecting the right tool for the job to build innovative projects for our customers.