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Hi Lee, I would like to repurpose this project to use with logged in members on and Umbraco site. Does it sound feasible to you? Anything I need to look out for, particularly?
Happy to contribute my solution back to the community..
Cool, sounds good. The source-code is up on my bitbucket, feel free to fork/hack, etc. https://bitbucket.org/vertino/ubackchat/src
Things to look out for...
* The CSS/JS are injected from an HttpModule, (RegisterClientResources), this specifically looks for the "/umbraco/umbraco.aspx" file path. So you'd need to handle which URLs/filepaths are allowed to have the client-side resources injected.
Keep in mind that I developed this for the CG11 package competition, and haven't looked at the code since then. So any contributions/modifications are welcome!
I would like to keep the "uBackChat" package as back-office only. Thinking a front-end members version would be better as a separate/standalone project/package.
Any updates about a uBackChat "Member version"? I am really interested on adding this feature to a Scientific Research website i am currently working on, allowing investigators to share ideas and discuss projects on the fly. Actually i am using nForum but an additional messaging functionality would be great.
If you are still working on it, i would really appreciate access to source code or a compiled package.
Unfortunaley I havent gotten to this yet as the project I was researching has not started. Lee Kelleher provided some pointers in his message above and his original source code is at
Thanks Barry, i will give it a try!
I will post any update here.
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