It can be used to power Instant Messaging, Vo IP/Web RTC signalling, Internet of Things communication - or anywhere you need a standard HTTP API for publishing and subscribing to data whilst tracking the conversation history.
Matrix defines the standard, and provides open source reference implementations of Matrix-compatible Servers, Clients, Client SDKs and Application Services to help you create new communication solutions or extend the capabilities and reach of existing ones.
Feature Overview Before using Camfrog Server you need to set up a nickname and a password to logon to the Camfrog central server.
Matrix provides: You can find the full list of Matrix enabled projects at https://matrix.org/blog/try-matrix-now.
The aim is to provide an analogous ecosystem to email - one where you can communicate with pretty much anyone, without caring what app or server they are using, using whichever app & server you chose to use, and use a neutral identity system like an e-mail address or phone number to discover people to talk to.
After you have installed and launched Camfrog Server click on the "Register for Nickname/Password" hyperlink in the main application window.
You will then be guided through a registration wizard.