example-react-js - Example Tinode web chat using React

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Example using Tinode to build a single-page chat application. The app uses React, Google's material design fonts and icons. The Tinode javascript library has no external dependencies. Overall it's a lot like open source WhatsApp or Telegram web apps.Although the app is generally usable, keep in mind that this is work in progress. Some bugs probably exist. The app was tested in the latest Chrome & Firefox only.

https://github.com/tinode/example-react-js

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