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Jul 19 2018   8:19PM GMT

XMPP

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XMPP is a communications protocol based on Extensible Markup Language (XML). Continued…

Quote of the Day

“When setting up a two-way communication channel, where there is structured data and devices are not memory constrained, use XMPP.” – Sushant Taneja

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Standardizing on unified communications standards
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Quiz Yourself
No matter how important your message is, if you don’t choose the right delivery channel, the point is ____.
a. mute
b. moot
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