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Offline aekotraTopic starter

An http-based Skype plugin
« on: 12 03 2015, 20:24:39 »
I understand that the Facebook plugin essentially reverse engineers facebook.com's webchat function.  Is it conceivable that the same thing could be done with outlook.com, thereby allowing for Skype chat without needing to install Skype?  Is there interest in this from a developer or user perspective?
 

Offline unsane

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #1 on: 13 03 2015, 06:53:34 »
Skype announced a new, web-accessible version of Skype.
That guy already developing plugin based on Skype Web.
But at now, this api in closed beta test and we don't have access to it.
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Offline aekotraTopic starter

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #2 on: 13 03 2015, 20:52:24 »
Thanks for the info!

I wonder if "Skype for Web" is merely an extension of "Outlook.com Chat".  Skype for Web being focused on implementing video and audio in pure web technologies while the IM portion is already developed and used in Outlook.com Chat.

The code is here, specifically:
https://github.com/EionRobb/skype4pidgin/tree/master/skypeweb
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Offline Myshor

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #3 on: 23 03 2015, 20:32:59 »
I see some SkypeWeb in changelog. @unsane - will it be shared to testing? ;)

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Offline unsane

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #4 on: 24 03 2015, 18:32:22 »
Myshor, you can compile it right now by yourself ;)
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Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #5 on: 25 03 2015, 21:29:35 »
Can't find any source for miranda. ;D And You don't want to read what goes wrong with compiling it. :P

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Offline watcher

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #6 on: 26 03 2015, 06:04:06 »
Nothing goes wrong with compiling it - but  all this plugin does for now - is showing contacts and their user info, even no online/offline indication yet.
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Offline Myshor

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #7 on: 27 03 2015, 18:25:13 »
I'll wait for the official release to test. ;)

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Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #8 on: 27 03 2015, 22:31:28 »
May I ask, if Skype is about to denounce MSN as a protocol dedicated to broad-usage,

- is the current SkypeWeb dev blog showing any tracing signs over the utilized port-range, considering former MSN plugin code?
- how (in line-depth) is the composition of Cpp code which is being transfered towards web (thus, java), but client-wise?


Thanx in advance!
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Offline AnrDaemon

Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #9 on: 27 03 2015, 23:35:10 »
May I ask, if Skype is about to denounce MSN as a protocol dedicated to broad-usage,

- is the current SkypeWeb dev blog showing any tracing signs over the utilized port-range, considering former MSN plugin code?
- how (in line-depth) is the composition of Cpp code which is being transfered towards web (thus, java), but client-wise?


Thanx in advance!
What?…
Both your questions make exactly zero sense.
 

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Re: An http-based Skype plugin
« Reply #10 on: 28 03 2015, 20:06:11 »
when it works then some skype user have 2 accounts, old one that was upgraded to dummy account and the new one
sorry for my bad english