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RocketChat - The ultimate open source web chat platform

  •    Coffeescript

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript, using the Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms. Its features include File sharing, Video conferencing, Screen sharing, Live chat, Link preview and lot more.

Maid-IRC - A modern web IRC client. Built on Node :kissing_heart:

  •    Javascript

A modern web IRC client. Built on Node. Still in early development. Features and bugs may or may not be included.




botframework - Microsoft BotFramework - A comprehensive framework for building enterprise-grade conversational AI experiences

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The Microsoft Bot Framework is a comprehensive platform for building enterprise-grade conversational AI experiences. It includes a set of open source SDKs, tools, and services which enable developers to build, test, and connect bots that interact naturally with users, wherever they are. With the Microsoft Bot Framework, it is easy to create a bot with the ability to speak, listen, understand, and learn from your users with Azure Cognitive Services. This repo lists the SDK, tools, and services needed to build a great conversational AI experience. Its role is to serve as a landing page and one place to find all the information required to get started.

webapp - Tinode web chat using React

  •    Javascript

Single-page web chat application built with Tinode. The app uses React, Google's material design fonts and icons. The Tinode javascript SDK has no external dependencies. Overall it's a lot like open source WhatsApp or Telegram web apps. The app is about 200KB minified and gzipped. That includes all dependencies (React, ReactDOM), fonts, graphics, css etc.





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