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Realtime Messaging Simple Chat using Angular2

Part of the The Realtime® Framework, Realtime Cloud Messaging (aka ORTC) is a secure, fast and highly scalable cloud-hosted Pub/Sub real-time message broker for web and mobile apps.

If your application has data that needs to be updated in the user’s interface as it changes (e.g. real-time stock quotes or ever changing social news feed) Realtime Cloud Messaging is the reliable, easy, unbelievably fast, “works everywhere” solution.

Example overview

This examples provides a very simple chat using the Realtime Messaging JavaScript SDK with Angular2.

Enter a message in the input field and it will be broadcasted to all other windows running the example.

The Angular2 project was generated with angular-cli version 1.0.0-beta.28.3.

We have simply added the realtime-messaging module dependency in the package.json file:

"dependencies": {
    ...
    "realtime-messaging": "^2.1.40"
},

Requirements

You'll need node.js (> 6.9) and npm (> 3.10) to build this example.

Register to get your free Realtime Messaging application key at https://accounts.realtime.co/signup/

Install dependencies

Before you start your development server to run the app, don't forget to run the following command in the example root directory to install all dependencies:

npm install

Development server

Run ng serve for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.

Build

Run ng build to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory. Use the -prod flag for a production build.

Author

Realtime.co