Converse.js is an open source chat application that can connect to any XMPP/Jabber server (like Google Talk, Skype, etc.).

Converse.js

It sits in the footer of web pages just like Facebook-chat and has support for one-to-one or multi-user conversations. Contact requests can be accepted/declined, statuses can be set (online, away..) and there are “typing” notifications to inform the “listening” users.

With a little custom coding, single-site login can be accomplished (users logged in to the site will automatically be logged in to the chat). Also, Converse.js doesn’t use any server-side code and it is totally built with JavaScript.

Requirements: No Requirements

Website: http://conversejs.org/
Download: https://github.com/jcbrand/converse.js

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