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Java Web Chat (Standalone and Plugin)

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This project aim to develop a plug-in module for ready use in Java Web application with little effort, it has many ways to persist account details (XML vs DB) It can be used as a standalone application for support services in the web sites.

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  • Web Chat Module
  • Ajax based
  • Support UTF-8 (for multi-lingual)
  • Standalone Service or Plugin in your web site
  • Easy customizable, account management is left to implementer
  • XML-based account management is the default, you can use DB instead.
  • Easy icons customization and adding more themes to it.
  • Performance is good and least memory consumption.
  • Support emoticons
  • Sound is supported in IE (only currently, can be fixed later with HTML5)
  • Messages failed to deliver returned to the sender.


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Intended Audience

System Administrators, Developers

Programming Language

JavaScript, Java



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