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Hi,
I just read some chapters of the book and I'm really enthusiastic about XMPP now :) Thanks to the author and wrox as well!

Now I'd like to write a web interface for a Java application. There is an extension called Jabber-RPC (XEP-0009) that looks like a nice way to interact with the app.

Does there exist any open JavaScript and Java libraries for for this extension? Or are there other ways to remotly controll an application?
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You should be able to write a strophe plugin to implement Jabber-RPC very easily. See Chapter 14 for an example. Another extension to look at is XEP-0050, which is ad-hoc commands. Your Java service would need to expose an XMPP interface in that case, but they are quite powerful.
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The XEP-0050 looks interesting.
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