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Building in-app chat with Rocket.Chat

About this event

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Uber, Reddit, Facebook, your banking app, healthcare app. Every app thrives on the back of a strong chat experience.

Building chat capabilities into your app, though, is a massive undertaking. (Donโ€™t even get me started on maintaining those capabilities.)

If in-app chat is in your roadmap, this session is 100% for you.

Weโ€™ll cover:

  • How you can add (secure & self-hosted) chat to your app using Rocket.Chat.
  • Various in-app chat use cases you can consider for your organization.
  • Why open source is the way to go.

Most importantly, weโ€™ll answer your questions.


About the event:

๐Ÿ“… March 23rd

โฒ 5 pm CEST | 11 am EST

๐Ÿ“ Online

โบ Every registrant will get the recording by email, so register even if you can't attend live.


See you there!

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    Christopher Skelly VP Of Product @ Rocket.Chat

    Passionate about technology, Christopher Skelly is Rocket.Chat's VP of Product. It is with his guidance that Rocket.Chat's product team delivers a world-class chat and collaboration for teams.

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    Ruvenss From Rgw CTO & Co-founder @ RGW, Nizu and Fabulor

    Ruvenss is the CTO and co-founder of RGW IT Services. He's an experienced Chief Executive Officer with a history of working in the information technology and services industry.

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    Pierre Locus Software Developer @ RGW

    Pierre is a self-educated, versatile, passionate tech guy. He is into backend : PHP, Python, C, Shell, SQL, and frontend : html, css (scss,...), bootstra. Works on debian based systems with VSCode or VIM (yes, very customized vim).

Rocket.Chat

The world's largest open source communications platform

Rocket.Chat is built for organizations that need more control over their communications; it enables collaboration between colleagues, partners, customers, communities, and even platforms without compromises on data ownership, customizations, or integrations.