Simple Chat

Stable Version 1.2.2 (OutSystems 10)
Published on 05 July 2017 by 
Created on 19 June 2017
A simple chat widget for your site.
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This Simple Chat widget allows you to:
 - Send text messages between 2 registered or guest users
 - Define the refresh period
 - Minimize into a small icon
 - See the number of unread messages when the chat is minimized
 - Show in a fixed position or not

Developed using P10 but uses only standard OutSystems features so it should work on previous versions.

What’s new (1.2.2)

In this version you will get:

 - The JavaScript code has been moved into a namespace called 'schat'

This makes the code cleaner and avoids naming clashes.

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