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|BlackBerry Chat Application||A BlackBerry chat application that is based on the LivePerson Visitor Chat Rest API. |
|Chat REST API Java Helper Library||The Java Helper Library provides a set of helper functions to simplify the process of connecting your chat application to LivePerson. The Helper Library is not required to interface with LivePerson. You can implement your own interfaces or use and incorporate the code and examples provided by the Helper Library into your code. |
|Chat Signed and Unsigned REST API C# Open Source Helper Library||The .NET Helper Library provides a set of helper functions to simplify the process of connecting your chat application to LivePerson using C#. The Helper Library is not required to interface with LivePerson. You can implement your own interfaces or use and incorporate the code and examples provided by the Helper Library into your code. |
|iPhone Chat Application||An objective-C model that wraps the Chat API Rest calls, and implements that chat session's life time
An objective-C application that enables chat over an iPhone/iPod
The model can be used in different iPhone applications for utilizing the chat.
The application can be used as a demo or a proof of
"iPhoneChatApp.zip" - The source code of the chat application. It also contains the model's source code. |
|LivePerson Android Chat Client||An Android activity which enables the user to request a chat from a given account. It provides the ability to start a chat, send and receive chat messages, and stop a chat. You can modify the server or site ID by accessing the menu or clicking the "Change..." button. |
|Rest Chat API Reference||Provides information on the base resource and the available methods in the REST Chat API. |
|SMS Gateway||The SMS Gateway project enables you to implement chat over SMS. The application communicates with a GSM modem connected to the computer using AT commands. |
|XMPP(Jabber) Gateway||The XMPP Gateway allows visitors to communicate with site agents from their favorite IM application.
For example, a visitor using Google Talk may chat with an agent. Each account is represented as a contact in the IM client, and the agent availability is reflected as well. The Gateway is implemented as an Application Plug-Ins to openfire, so in order to work with it, you need to download the code from their site. |