Latest Version: 0.2.1

AChat is a chat system made in PHP, AJAX + Javascript, and implements a MySQL database. Its main goal is to supply many different systems with an easy to manage, great functioning, secure chat system that does not have a horrible flickering refresh and runs smoothly in all the latest browsers. This goal has already begun with our first alpha release (primarily for SMF). In the future we hope to bring AChat into other environments such as a standalone for webmasters.

Contributions to the project are always welcome at the forums.

SMF AChat Features

SMF AChat has a full range of features. Here is a full list:

  • AJAX powered chat room, no flickering.
  • Supports BB and Emoticons.
  • only SMF members can chat
  • Much much more...


SMF AChat Has been created for Simple Machines Forums, this neat little SMF Package will install easily into your SMF, it offers the great AJAX chat system explained above, includes emoticon's, BB codes and admin options.

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