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Project Summary

Jappix is a fresh new XMPP web-client which is free and decentralized.
It aims at taking most of the XMPP specifications in charge thanks to new web technologies such as HTML5, JavaScript, CSS3 and so on !

Furthermore, you can consider it as a complete social platform and an alternative to Facebook.
We collaborate with other open social platform projects (like Movim and OneSocialWeb) on common protocol specifications (also known as XMPP-XEP).

The project is also very active and need the community support by using it, reporting bugs, adding features or making a donation.

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decentral javascript socialnetwork socialnetworking xmpp

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In a Nutshell, Jappix...

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Languages

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JavaScript
81%
CSS
10%
PHP
8%
3 Other
1%

30 Day Summary

Sep 7 2019 — Oct 7 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 7 2018 — Oct 7 2019