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4 README.md
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ XMPP/HTTP PubSub Demo
A simple demo of Publish/Subscribe in the browser using Strophe.js
-This consists of a client.html and a publisher.html and a working XMPP setup (see below). Once you have added the configuration details for your setup, you should be able to go to the publisher.html and send HTML and txt messages. Any number of people who have connected to client.html will recieved these messages and display them on their screen.
+This consists of a client.html and a publisher.html and a working XMPP setup (see below). You will be able to go to the publisher.html and send HTML and txt messages. Any number of people who have connected to client.html will recieved these messages and display them on their screen. This demo is not meant for production use, and serves to get people up and running with the technology as quickly as possible.
Browser Support
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@@ -53,4 +53,4 @@ This contains the BOSH_SERVICE and XMPP_SERVER locations. You will likely just h
[js/publisher.js](https://github.com/bbcrd/Strophejs-PubSub-Demo/blob/master/js/publisher.js)
-At the top of this page you set the account you will be logging in as, to publish the messages to all the connected clients. The installation instruction show you how to create an account.
+At the top of this page you set the account you will be logging in as, to publish the messages to all the connected clients. You can just use the admin account you created when setting up Ejabberd.
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8 docs/install_ejabberd.centos.5.5.x86_64.txt
@@ -171,14 +171,6 @@ information we have used above, it would be:
username: nimda@vm.local
password: a1b2c3
-Once logged in, the first thing to do is create a user for the pubsub demo.
-Click on the link Virtual Hosts and then click on your host name. Based on the setup
-we have been using for this file I would click on the vm.local link. You should now
-click on the Users links and you should be provided with a form to allow you to create
-a new user. Add you user e.g User: demo Pass: demo1 and press Add User.
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-You now have a user you can log in with other than admin, when you are publishing stuff.
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So, now you have a working XMPP server. Please note, that what I've explained is enough

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