The Beam APIs allow for access to all possible achievements that can be earned and user progress, as well as retriving lists from channels, chat, costreaming, liveloading, logs, and others within the Beam Inactive games.
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The Beam Swift ObjectiveC Sample Code by Beam presents how developers can integrate a chat into a gaming application. On GitHub, they can find tests for authentication, notifications, recording, sessions, shops, teams, and users.
The Beam Python Sample Code by Beam demonstrates how to implement a chat that monitors messages, saying 'hi!' every second. The commands available include authentication to the beam server, and listening of incoming messages.