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A web component that can be embedded in a web site to provide a fastpath to Pade users providing support or customer services.
This is a full-featured web chat component that can be added to any web page. The component allows visitors of a web site to chat directly with members of a workgroup or team in a multi-user chat (MUC) through an integrated web client. The web component can be customised and re-branded with HTML/CSS.
It embeds converse.js in the web site to handle the messaging with Openfire and depending on the configuration, it can initiate a video-conference using Openfire Meetings or dialback with SIP a telephone number or FreeSWITCH audio conference.
This is how to add WebMeet to your web site in a few simple steps.
How to do it
Let’s assume that you have the following pre-existing index.html page on your web site:
<html> <body> <h1>This is my web site!</h1> <p>Welcome!</p> </body> </html>
Now, you want to add the WebMeet component. You can do that before the tag with following 2 lines of code:
<html> <body> <h1>This is my web site!</h1> <p>Welcome!</p> <fastpath-chat hosted="https://igniterealtime.github.io/webmeet" domain="example.com.chat" server="xmpp.example.com:7443" workgroup="demo"></fastpath-chat> <script src="https://igniterealtime.github.io/webmeet/ofmeet.js"></script> </body> </html>
The tag above provides the config data and the