[osflash] [OT] MSN plug-in idea :)
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
celoserpa at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 16:35:28 EDT 2006
Thanks for the tip Evert, however, as I said in my last msg, I don´t think I
would need to use the MSN Messenger protocal, here´s a use case:
- The user would install my MSN Messenger client plug-in;
- The plug-in would talk to my server through SOAP and retrieve some useful
- The plug-in would then show a dialog with the event of the next week to
the user, The dialog would also have a button "send this info to all my
buddies" that would send, through the MSN API the data as a msn message to
all the users friends/contacts.
In sum: My server wouldn´t need to send data directly to a MSN client in
using the MSN protocol, actually, I didn´t think of it before, I firstly
though about using SOAP and do the rest client-side... however, any
suggestions are welcome as this is a field that I have no past experience!
On 4/27/06, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa <celoserpa at gmail.com> wrote:
> I´ve taken a quick look at jabber, but it doesn´t seem to be what I want.
> What I want to do is write a plug-in for the MSN Messenger client (maybe
> through MSN-Plus! plug-in as it seems to be easier) and then consume my
> application server web services so I can offer some of my website services
> from within and integrated into MSN Messenger. Form what I could see, jabber
> is a API to develop new messenger clients, I don´t want to do that.
> Thanks anyhow!
> On 4/27/06, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa <celoserpa at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello friends!
> > I´m still in the middle of a RIA development both client-side and
> > server-side. The server-side runs on CakePHP + CakeAMFPHP. The RIA is an
> > online events/album portal and the client-side uses arp/arpx. While chating
> > in MSN I though "Why not try to develop a MSN plug-in for some of my
> > application server services for MSN/MSN-PLUS!?"... however, I still don´t
> > have enough information on how could I do that. I´m thinking about using
> > MSN-Plus! API as it seems easier and C#.
> > Here are the possibilites I thought would work:
> > - I could use a embedded flash in the C# plugin app and make it connecto
> > to Flash Remoting services...
> > - I could make the remoting classes SOAP-aware and use some .Net library
> > (don´t know what yet) to consume the web-service
> > - Any more ideas?
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Marcelo.
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