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I created several chat tools with server and client component his main focus was on the back-end functionality meaning the part that the user doesn't see for this reason the interface for the chat rooms is a very basic black screen with some text on it each chat tool allowed users to create a chatroom list the existing chat rooms join chat rooms leave chat rooms and send messages to chat rooms messages are received by all other users who have joined the chatroom users only receive messages for chat rooms which they are currently in and can only send messages to chat rooms they are in trying to join a non-existent room leaving a room unjoined by the user or creating a room with a duplicate name returns a response letting the user know that's not allowed joining a chat room displays all the messages previously sent to that chat room the chat tool supports multiple concurrent clients here's an example of 10 users all joining the same chat room and receiving the same message from the user Andy a chat tool in this video is implemented using sockets with a server written in Java and a client written in c-sharp I've influenced similar chat rooms using different methods which include a server and client written using Erlang via sockets a server and client written using Erlang by a message passing a server and client written using Java in CORBA server and client written using Java soap architecture and a server and client written using Java with rest architecture you can follow this github link to view the code for all these chat tools

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