Entity Capabilities middleware built on Junction and Node. This lets you see which additional features the user's XMPP client supports (such as audio/video chat, multi user chats, avatars, etc.). This middleware also supports Entity Capability extensions as specified in the legacy specification.
To get the stable release:
npm install junction-caps
To get the latest development version:
npm install git://github.com/Daniel15/junction-caps.git
To parse entity capabilities, use the
var capabilities = capabilitiescapabilitiesParser = capabilitiesParser;var app = junction;app;app;
caps.features will contain a hash of user-friendly names for the most common capabilities, and
whether the buddy's client supports it. caps.rawFeatures contains a list of all the raw feature
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Copyright (c) 2013 Daniel Lo Nigro
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