To see demo please visit jquery-chat.net
Disclaimer: This project is no longer maintained, because I do not have anymore time/interest to extend its functionality,
anyway Pull Requests will be still accepted and merged ASAP.
allows webmasters/developers to add a fully-working chat room on top of their site, see ‘index.html’ as an example.
Note: By default the chat is configured to use an existing Heroku app, so you will not need to install Node and npm.
(Skip step 3 in the installation process)
NEW: With the latest changes we also support python server.
So you could have python server instead Node.js if you want.
Take a look at index.html for simple example of usage.
- Install any Webserver (Apache, IIS, Nginx, Lighttpd, etc)
Remember to clone the project behind a webserver, if you want to execute local file index.html it wont work.
- Clone the project
$ cd /var/www/ $ git clone https://github.com/lovelle/jquery-chat $ cd jquery-chat
# Go to cloned project $ cd /var/www/jquery-chat/ # Adjust personal setting to 'server' ip or dns $ editor config.js # And the same for line 16 in index.html (the one that connect to heroku) $ editor index.html
- Install and run Server
For node.js server follow these instructions.
For python server follow these instructions.
Lets it, to finish remember you must have a webserver, if you dont want to install a full webserver you can do it with python server:
# Go to project folder $ cd /var/www/jquery-chat # Run webserver with python lib $ python -m SimpleHTTPServer
Finish!, go to visit http://localhost:8000/
This chat was made in my free time, please be gentle.
For any doubt feel free to create an issue.
Why there is a python server if all server logic allready exist in Node.js?
- For fun.
- For anyone who didn’t know node.js and wants to understand how server works.
Will be the server be supported in others languages?
- Yep, ASAP.