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Matrix Messenger Project

Presentation (PDF), Features
Come join us in the Matrix. The goal is to create multi-device (Tizen watch, phone, TV), multimedia (text, voice, video), multi-protocol (XMPP, IRC, SIP, etc) clients which would also have voice control, AI, TTS and STT.
Main objective of this multifaceted project: keep it simple and user-friendly :)

More info about :

  • Matrix standard: has clients on Android, iOS and the web
  • Matrix bridges to legacy protocols, documentation, tutorial
  • Matrix Guides, Tizen devs are allowed to use the matrix.org server but Samsung should have a Matrix server
  • chat with the Matrix core devs: https://riot.im/app/#/room/#matrix-dev:matrix.org
  • and visit our freshly painted room: https://riot.im/app/#/room/#tizen:matrix.org

Apps and Protocols

Any messaging app with an open API can be added to Matrix with a Matrix bridge.
Bridges are relatively easy and fun to write!

  • Aircall API: features
  • Appear: webRTC video, API
  • Apple iMessage: Matrix bridge
  • Atom/RSS: integrated into Matrix
  • Chat Hub (Gear S2): Facebook page
  • Cisco Spark API, features, funding
  • Ding Talk: Alibaba's open platform
  • Drupal: Matrix bridge
  • EAS: Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, available on Tizen phones (email app)
  • Officekithr:Best hr software provider in India Employee management software payroll software
  • Facebook Messenger: available in Tizen Store
  • FireRTC: webRTC, VOIP (SIP)
  • Gitter: Matrix bridge
  • Google Hangouts, Matrix bridge
  • Gupshup: bots on any channel
  • HipChat API: will probably have a Matrix bridge
  • Hubzilla is an open source decentralized communication and publishing platform, Wiki
  • Hype automatically creates mesh networks with nearby devices with any available resources. For most this includes Bluetooth (classic/LE) and wi-fi (direct/local).
  • IBM Watson: tutorial
  • Imo: available in Tizen Store
  • Instantbird (and Thunderbird): compatible with Matrix (without extension)
  • IoTivity: worldwide IoT standard, will be preinstalled on all Samsung devices, XMPP protocol
  • IRC: Matrix bridge, Bridged Networks: Freenode and Moznet
  • Janus webRTC gateway: One of the modules we provide out of the box is a SIP gateway plugin based on the Sofia-SIP library stack
  • Jitsi Meet: XMPP, webRTC and React Native: presentation
  • Kite Messaging: available in Tizen Store
  • KurzCall: will be compatible with Matrix, available in Tizen Store
  • libp2p is a P2P network stack that cleanly separates concerns, and enables applications to only use the protocols they need; could become an alternative transport for Matrix
  • Schoolplusapp: school management software, mobile app for schools, student-teacher-parent communication platform for schools in India, school applications, school parent communication app.
  • Line: available in Tizen Store
  • Liveblogging based on Matrix
  • Loqui: multi-protocol (XMPP), available in Tizen Store (soon)
  • Mastodon is a free, open-source social network server
  • Matrix bot framework is currently being ported from Python to Golang to act as a general Go SDK for rapidly implementing new bot capabilities
  • Matrix.to is a simple stateless URL redirecting service which lets users share links to entities in the Matrix.org ecosystem without being tied to any specific app. This lets users choose their own favourite Matrix client to participate in conversations rather than being forced to use the same app as whoever sent the link
  • Mattermost: Matrix bridge
  • Meshkit SDK connects smartphone users to each other to download, share, and forward data among users of your app even without Internet
  • Microsoft Teams, introduction
  • Nexmo: access users on Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Viber and other leading apps
  • Nimbuzz: XMPP protocol, see Loqui
  • Node-Red is a tool for wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways
  • OpenPaas: social platform in the cloud, will probably support Matrix
  • Rambox is compatible with Matrix
  • Remote Vehicle Interaction (RVI) is a set of tools to provide robust and secure communication between a vehicle and the rest of the world (W3C)
  • RestComm: cloud communications platform
  • Ring: this P2P network is accessible from other applications using the project's OpenDHT library, Interview
  • Riot: Matrix clients
  • Rocket.Chat: Matrix bridge, demo
  • Salesforce API: LiveText Agent
  • Samsung Artik Cloud: open data exchange platform
  • Samsung Enhanced Messaging: available on Tizen and (Samsung) Android phones (should support Matrix)
  • Samsung IAP: in-app purchase
  • Samsung SmartThings: smart home hub
  • Samsung Viv is an artificial intelligence platform that enables developers to distribute their products through an intelligent, conversational interface
  • Skype, network assessment
  • Slack API: Matrix bridge, funding
  • Smooch API: Unified multi-channel messaging solution to engage with customers from popular messaging apps, SMS, websites and mobile apps.
  • Solid: decentralized social applications
  • Spreed.me: webRTC, NextCloud app
  • Symphony: enterprise messaging app
  • Telegram: (needs a phone number), available in Tizen Store
  • Telehash: A lightweight interoperable protocol with strong encryption to enable mesh networking across multiple transports and platforms.
  • Teno: communication platform for schools in India
  • Slidebazaar: platform for downloading premium and free business powerpoint presentation templates
  • Tizona: available in Tizen Store
  • Twitter, Matrix bridge
  • Twitch API: watch broadcasts of the games you love and chat with the players you follow
  • Valid: new identity project (wip)
  • VK Chat (Russia): available in Tizen Store
  • Voxbone webRTC SDK: free cloud webRTC-SIP gateway, sign-up for Matrix devs, support: [email protected]
  • WhatsApp: available in Tizen Store
  • Wire: webRTC, open source
  • XMPP protocol: Matrix bridge
  • Yahoo Messenger API, blog
  • ZeroTier SDK: applications can now communicate P2P with other instances of themselves, other apps, and devices using standard network protocols
  • Zingle API: multi-channel communications platform that allows the sending, receiving and automating of conversations between a Business and a Customer
  • Zipt: VOIP provider, available in Tizen Store (soon)
  • Zulip (Dropbox): docs, will probably have a Matrix bridge

Service Application

Play Store App Jitsi Meet

  • native: https://developer.tizen.org/development/guides/native-application/application-management/applications/service-application
  • hybrid packaging: https://developer.tizen.org/community/tip-tech/packaging-hybrid-application
  • hybrid sample: https://developer.tizen.org/development/sample/native/AppFW/Hybrid_Service

Account Management

  • Samsung Account: http://developer.samsung.com/account

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Contacts

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Smart TV

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The Smart View SDK connects mobile devices and Samsung Smart TVs
http://developer.samsung.com/tv/develop/extension-libraries/smart-view-sdk/introduction

Articles

  • 2014-11: Matrix and webRTC
  • 2015-12: Matrix and IndieWeb: A match made in heaven ?
  • 2016-02: Will the WeChat Model Work in the West?
  • 2016-01: Matrix at Fosdem (slides)
  • 2016-04: Messaging bots won’t replace apps
  • 2016-05: chat bots: the beginning of a post-app wave
  • 2016-05: The Most Popular Messaging App in Every Country
  • 2016-02: Messaging as a Platform
  • 2016-09: How Media and Signaling flows look like in WebRTC ?

Funding

  • Cisco Spark: https://developer.ciscospark.com/fund/
  • Samsung Tizen TV +incentive
  • Genivi: https://at.projects.genivi.org/wiki/display/CGP/Challenge+Grant+Program
  • blockchain: Lisk (Max Kordek), Cosmos or Nem
  • Nem: https://forum.nem.io/c/project-proposal , https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v12DKjHLShbacq4nGyQBm183ADoVgSEQNqbwUYWQBTM/edit?pref=2&pli=1

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