Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit Interactive SDK

Written By Sam on 30 May 2009
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Microsoft has released Windows live Messenger Web Toolkit Interactive SDK. You can use the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit to bring instant messaging to your site. You can keep your users engaged by allowing them to send messages to their Windows Live contacts, as well as connect with other users on your site. With Messenger Toolkit, Microsoft is providing a new interactive SDK which is supposed to be the first place where developers go when starting out with the Messenger Web Toolkit. This interface SDK helps the users to get familiarized with the Windows Live Messenger UI controls.

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Windows live Messenger Web Toolkit allows webmasters to engage with their users very easily and build their network. You can use the pre-built components or write your own.

  • UI Controls: With Prebuilt, Skinnable, Extensible UI components you can deliver more customized and site specific messaging experience.
  • Library: A javascript library can be used in addition to the web bar and UI controls.
  • IM Control: This will help web sites to show the presence of Windows Live Messenger users and allows site visitors to engage in instant messaging conversations.
  • Presence API: An HTTP-based API that returns a Windows Live Messenger user’s presence.
  • Alerts: Real-time alerts can be sent directly to your users desktops, mobile devices or email.
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Windows live Messenger Web Toolkit will definitely extend your site’s functionality with real-time presence and instant messaging. Windows live Messenger Web Toolkit allows users to invite their contacts in Windows Live Messenger to chat and play casual games. You can use the Windows Live Messenger Client to develop a Single or Multi-User application through the Windows Live Messenger Activity API. Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit allows users to connect and communicate with hundreds of millions of Windows Live Messenger users all over the world.

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