Sockethub is a translation layer for web applications to communicate with other protocols and services that are traditionally either inaccessible or impractical to use from in-browser JavaScript. It assists web app developers by providing server-independent, server-side functionality - which gives the application and user greater autonomy and privacy.

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  • 2021.5.23

    Sockethub 4.0.1

    Sockethub 4.0.1 has been released! This release fixes a few minor issues present in the previous release, for a list of fixes see the Sockethub release page.

  • 2021.5.20

    Sockethub 4.0.0

    Sockethub 4.0.0 has been released! This release has a few major updates to the underlying system, namely switching from node-simple-xmpp to xmpp.js, from Kue to Bull and upgrading to socket.io v4. Additionally, as we performed these significant overhauls of the code, we added more tests and optimizations. This release should be overall a lot faster. For a full list of changes, see the Sockethub release page.

  • 2021.2.22

    Sockethub 3.2.2

    Sockethub 3.2.2 has been released and focuses mainly on stability and bugfixes, highlights include pegging the sockethub.io dependency version to resolve a CORS issues, and a hotfix for the IRC platforms upstream library irc-socket allowing TLS connections. For a full list of changes, see Sockethub release page.

  • 2020.12.26

    Sockethub 3.2

    Sockethub 3.2 has been released and includes a lot of improvements and work that has progressed throughout the year. The most notable improvement has come with the spawning of new threads for platform modules to help protect against possible platform crashes and memory leaks, which has greatly improved the stability of sockethub core. For a full list of changes, see Sockethub release page.

  • 2019.9.26

    Sockethub 3.x

    Sockethub 3.0 has been released and includes a lot of improvements focusing mainly on XMPP and IRC, additionally a ton of internal improvements. Ongoing releases tracked on the Github page.

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