API Reference exampple v0.7.2
Exampple is a XMPP Component framework to develop solutions based on SOA 2.0. This framework let you to create different services connected to a XMPP server and provide more functionality to your environment.
Client is a simple state machine inside of a process which helps us to create a client connection to a XMPP Server. The dynamic of the connection is contained inside of the client when we perform the connection and then we can send different kind of stanzas to the server.
Component is letting us to connect to a XMPP server as a XMPP Component. This module aims create a connection as a process letting us handle the connection easily. By default, using the configuration it's starting using the module name as registerd name for the process.
Router implements the dynamic to define the flow where a stanza will be following for find the controller and function where it should be attended.
Conn is a module to store the information related to a XMPP request. Conn has the following information inside
ConnCase is used for tests. When a test is using this module we have available the start of the Exampple behaviours, DummyTcp server and the different asserts.
The monitor starts a task to attend the incoming request, when the task is launched a timer is set. The timer is cancelled when the task is terminated. If the task crashes, the monitor receives a message and replies with an error. In case of timeout the request is returning a timeout and the task is terminated.
TCP client which is in use to abstract all of the connectivity aspects for TCP.
TLS client which is in use to abstract all of the connectivity aspects for TLS.
Process a stream chunk by chunk to obtain a XML document. The stream is initiated passing a PID where the information from the chunks are going to be received.
Xmlel is a struct data which is intended to help with the parsing of the XML elements.
Envelope helps to create a function to be stored inside of the
Exampple.Router.Conn which will be in use when a response will
Help defining an error module which have all of the information of errors and a function for raise them correctly.
JID stands for Jabber Identification. This is de Identification the XMPP network provide for all of the users, servers and components which can be connected and reachable inside of the XMPP protocol.
Provides functions to create stanzas.
Module to help us to format correctly the date-times. Most of the times the date-time should appears in ISO-8601 format with a timezone or in UTC. These helpers add the timestamp removing the microseconds and milliseconds and adding even letting us to add some seconds to the specific time.