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WeQuest is an open-source simple tiny chat-like CRM system that provides live customer support directly from your website, so you can give one-on-one help in real-time, adding the human touch to your website. Written in PHP and uses AJAX.
Papercups is an open source live customer chat web app written in Elixir. It is a best alternative to Intercom and Drift. It has customizable chat widget you can embed on your website to talk to your customers. It is optimized for responsiveness, fault-tolerance, and support for realtime updates.
Owncast is a self-hosted live video and web chat server for use with existing popular broadcasting software. Point your live stream at a server you personally control and regain ownership over your content. Owncast is for people who are live streamers, or who wants to host live streams for others. It’s a “one to many” broadcast much like Twitch, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, etc.
Smooch is the best way to have personal, rich conversations with people on your website or customers on any device. The Smooch Web Messenger will add live web messaging to your website or web app. Customers will be able to talk to you from your website, while you manage conversations using your favorite business systems.
Chatwoot is a customer support tool for instant messaging channels which can help businesses to provide exceptional customer support. It is an opensource alternative to Intercom, Zendesk, Drift, Crisp etc.
With DotNetNuke Live Help Module, integrate 123 Live Help into DotNetNuke website and add Live Chat Button anywhere you like. Let visitors to chat with your live support operator freely from the internet and turn petentical customers to buyers.
This is a less intrusive ajax web chat which uses Ajax, Smack, XMPP. This is the client version Servlet. The backend code should run under Tomcat server. You can use openfire or any other XMPP server as the server, gtalk also.