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How To implement chat application

 
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Hello everyone,
I am designing one website in which I want to build one chatting application. My problem is in which technology chat application will be develop like jsp, servlet and spring and how to start to develop chat application. I heard about RMI so using RMI it is possible to build chat application or any other way to build chat or any logic
 
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You could use XMPP. Check out Spring Integration in Action or the Apress book on Spring Integration, both books have examples.
 
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can I use RMI . What is the benefits of using RMI. I want to build chat application like Facebook.
 
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RMI is obsolete. What's more, it implies Java on the client, whereas you probably want to build something using web technologies - an HTML/JavaScript client that uses AJAX/JSON to communicate with a chat server.
 
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I suggest to have a look at Node.js and Netty project from JBoss.
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