Kaiwa vs Sameroom: What are the differences?
Kaiwa: A modern and Open Source Web client for XMPP. Inspired by the best and built for XMPP, Kaiwa is a beautiful web-based client for the only standardized chat protocol. Combined with Prosody, one of the best XMPP servers out there, Kaiwa provides an unparalleled XMPP experience, on par with well-known commercial alternatives; Sameroom: Chat interoperability-as-a-service. Sameroom bridges real-time communication systems. Share channels between Slack teams. Bridge a Skype or Hangouts group with a channel on Slack. Connect a team on Slack with a team on HipChat, Gitter. Manage all your customer support queries as a team, from Slack. Respond to Intercom, Twitter, or Skype customer support questions from your team chat.
Kaiwa and Sameroom can be primarily classified as "Group Chat & Notifications" tools.
Some of the features offered by Kaiwa are:
- Message History Syncing
- Active Chat Syncing
- Reliable Connections
On the other hand, Sameroom provides the following key features:
- Chat interop
- Support for Skype, Slack, HipChat, Gitter, Fleep, IRC, Twitter (DMs and public mentions), Intercom, Flowdock, Campfire, Google Hangouts, Telegram, and Facebook Messenger
- Customer support—respond to tweets, intercom messages, and skype conversations from Slack
Kaiwa is an open source tool with 1.36K GitHub stars and 153 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Kaiwa's open source repository on GitHub.