CodingJungle

+Clients
  • Content count

    1,445
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About CodingJungle

  • Rank
    Death by Second Hand Shame
  • Birthday 08/18/1981

IPS Marketplace

  • Resources Contributor
    Total file submissions: 32

Profile Information

  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

12,913 profile views
  1. you mean IPS Community in the cloud? you can use it, but you would need something like a digital ocean server or something you can configure node.js on (as i don't believe IPS offers this atm).
  2. nodejs is server based, not client based like jquery/ajax. the JS that is used in Babble are various controllers/widgets built using IPS's js framework, its intended to work and play nice with the rest of the JS on the site. It is an application, so it has its own page. but it comes with a widget so you can place it on any page you'd like. yes, you can restrict to who has access to it by group, and also by content count. no, whatever their user name is for the site, will appear as who it is sent by. The only exception is guest messages (if its enabled), their name will be generated for them. there is an archive feature. it is stored in the database under babble_messages. you set how many messages it loads in the room settings, if they have the archive permission, they can go all the way back to the beginning if they chose, there isn't a limit on how far they can go back.
  3. 1. yes, it has a "pop out" option. 2. the sounds can be enable or disabled, the browsers volume determines their softness/loudness.
  4. They use the same core technology, Sockets and Nodejs. Babble has many more features, such as rooms, bots, notifications, custom commands and command aliasing. Babblet is a single room (its widget uses the same room as the main app does), Its more comparable to IP.Chat in this regard than Babble is. Its meant for people who want a bit more control over their chat environment than IP.Chat offers, without the resource drain that a shoutbox has.
  5. Since I am a developer, I've been thinking of adding in a interface for like bitbucket webhooks, to send notifications inside the chat for push's/commits/pulls/etc, any one using babble/babblet as a discussion platform for development?
  6. Can us, the contributors, get the ability to edit the OP (like the content and title)?
  7. Setting up a topic for people to ask questions about or give feedback about Babblet Support is not provided thru the topic, only questions or feedback will be responded to.
  8. Babblet: Real Time Chat Lite

    Version 2.1.3

    1 download

    Laptop fund sale. My laptop is getting quite old and needs replacing soon. Since i use the profits from my apps as a "do whatever with" money, I've decided to use it to buy a new laptop. the sale will run till i have enough to buy a decent laptop/macbook. So everything 50% off till whenever! NOTICE: If you are upgrading Babblet, you will need to restart your babblet.js application. if you have moved it from the default directory you will need to take the updated one, verify the information it contains, and replace the one you removed and then restart the babblet.js app for node. Babblet is the little brother to Babble. It is a real time chat using node.js and sockets. It uses less resources and doesn't rely on long polling or interval scripts to check for new messages, like many other chat systems available. Babblet doesn't have as many features as its big brother Babble, but it is still feature rich. Demo: http://codingjungle.com/babble (you will need to register or logged in to be able to see or use. Babble's and Babblet's user interface are identical, the major differences are lack of rooms for Babblet and custom/alias commands ). If you would like private demo of Babblet, you can send me a PM here or on my site. Discussion Thread: Babble: Requirements: A modern browser that supports web sockets. (Firefox/IE11/Edge/Chrome/Safari supports websockets. For mobile browsers, I will only be supporting Safari and Chrome). Node.js installed on a local or a remote server that can run a node.js script. I have only tested the last 4 versions of node.js, but the latest version of node.js you can install, the better. I will attempt to compile a node.js versions that are compatible with Babble. The php side of babble should work on php 5.5-7 (IPS 4 doesn’t official support php 7 due to incompatibilities with htmlpurifier has with php 7). Notes: babblet requires node.js. This is an unconditional requirement. So many of the features of babblet are nodejs dependent, that there isn’t any fallback to another web technology (like ajax/long polling). With that in mind, Babblet is very javascript dependent, it will not degrade gracefully if javascript has been disabled in the browser,if you have any tin foil hat wearing members, they will not be able to use babblet. Note: *If you have SSL(HTTPS) on your server, you must be able to create a "reverse proxy" in nginx/apache to be able to use babble. **if you are running a server that doesn't use a LAMP ( Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) or LEMP (Linux, NGINX, MySQL, PHP) server, I will not be able to give support for. AFAIK nodejs/socket.io will run on windows and mac os x, but configuration might prove difficult. As for *BSD servers, they should operate similar to a Linux server. Each purchase only entitles a installation on 1 live site and 1 dev site. If you wish to run babblet on multiple sites, you will need to purchase babble for each site. If you are found in violation of this agreement, I can choose to revoke your access to future updates and support until the matter is rectified. If you purchase a copyright removal, Babblet will occasional make a call home to http://codingjungle.com to validate the copyright removal key. Copyright Removal keys will need to be purchased for each purchase of babblet if you wish to run it on multiple sites without branding. Features: Uploads: If the upload is an image, the image will be “lazy loaded” and resized to fit the dimensions of the message area better. If it is a non-image upload, it will display a link to download. NOTE: Groups who can see Babblet , can also download and view images. Sounds: Babble comes with a collection of sounds for send, receive, entering, leaving and whispers. Users can enable or disable each sound as they see fit. The sound files can be replaced at any time in the ACP by pointing to the corresponding sound setting to the new location (this is to avoid future updates from overwriting your sound files). NOTE: due to some limitations in mobile OS’s (iOS and android) even if the sounds are enabled by the user, there is one additional step they must take to hear sounds on the effected OS’s. On mobile devices a Speaker Icon will appear, that will need to be activated to be able to hear sounds, this action must be done each page refresh. Whispers: Whispers are private messages that are sent in between users. They will open in a “tab” in the room and will flash when a new message is received if you aren’t currently active on the tab that is. Whispers only work inside the room, you currently can not “whisper” to some one who is not logged into the room you are in (at a later date this might change). Browser Notifications: A user can set how many new messages they receive in a room before a browser notification is triggered (or they can disable them all together). Currently these do not work on mobile OS’s, in the future I plan on adding notifications for iOS and Android. New Message Order: By default babble will order messages newest to oldest, for some users this might not be ideal, so they can reverse the order to oldest to newest. Any new message after this will honor the setting. Archive - if enabled, a user can select to load messages previous made in the room. this is a group permission. Commands: Commands can perform special functions when issued. The commands can be issued thru the chat area (similar to how IRC does it). Some commands have group restrictions. If you need more advanced functionality you can create a “command” file. Command list: Announce – adds or removes an announcement to the room Ban – bans a user for a room. Unban – unbans a user for a room. BanList – Show’s who has been banned from a room. Ignore – Ignore a user in a room. Unignore – Stop ignored a user in a room. Kick – kick a user from a room. Me – an action command for a room. Mute – Mutes a member for everyone in a room. Unmute – unmutes the member in a room. Mutelist – shows a list of users who have been muted. Rules - Show the rules for a room if they have them. Purge - deletes all the existing messages in a room and many more!

    $25.00

  9. Media

    Version 1.0.3

    3 downloads

    Media is the spiritual successor to CJ Media System, this app allows you to create media items from popular video/audio services and allows video/audio upload and playback. Features: Categories with permissions Services: youtube, dailymotion, soundcloud, vimeo Supports the pulling in of Youtube Channels and Playlist via task, configurable per category. Supported Video Formats: mp4/webM/ogg (this is browser/OS dependent) Supported Audio Formats: mp3/ogg (this is browser/OS dependent) IPS Tag system (if it is capturing url's from content items and the service supports tags, it will grab the tags from the service and use them. this feature can be disabled) Cover Photos. (Video/Audio can have a cover photo, also the supported services that support the player ( youtube, vimeo, soundcloud) ) Downloads of audio/video files (this is configured per category and you can limit it to groups) Comments Related Media on media view (this uses the tag system, if it can't find any matches, defaults to search via title name) Most of the core IPS features (ratings, likes, follow, category permissions, group permissions,sharing,etc) Featured Carousel Latest Media widget If services are configured with their API's enabled, Will captured supported services URL's and created media items from content items ( IPS applications supported*) Limit which apps you capture services url's from, then which category (for the apps that support categories) Twitter Card: Summary. each media item will configure a twitter card for sharing Expandable API to allow more media services to be added

    $35.00

  10. replied too.
  11. I'm setting up this topic for people to ask questions or to give feedback about Babble: Support will not be given thru this topic, this topic is for questions and feed back only.
  12. i wish there was a CLI upgrader.
  13. you got me excited there for a second with the hope that "page" counters would be making a comeback!
  14. You could hit "home" key as alternative, it will take you up to the top of the page but i'm school so you can ignore me but i agree, i do believe it is a "must" for website that involves a lot of scrolling.
  15. Babble: Real Time Chat

    Version 2.1.3

    36 downloads

    Laptop fund sale. My laptop is getting quite old and needs replacing soon. Since i use the profits from my apps as a "do whatever with" money, I've decided to use it to buy a new laptop. the sale will run till i have enough to buy a decent laptop/macbook. So everything 50% off till whenever! Babble is a real time chat system using node.js and sockets. It uses less resources and doesn’t rely on long polling or interval scripts to check for new message. Babble is fully featured with those features laid out below. Demo: http://codingjungle.com/babble (you will need to register or logged in to be able to see or use). If you would like private demo of Babble, you can send me a PM here or on my site. Discussion Thread: This thread is for discussion only, Support information is provide on file listing. NOTICE: If you are upgrading Babble, you will need to restart your babble.js application. if you have moved it from the default directory you will need to take the updated one, verify the information it contains, and replace the one you removed and then restart the babble.js app for node. Requirements: A modern browser that supports web sockets. (Firefox/IE11/Edge/Chrome/Safari supports websockets. For mobile browsers, I will only be supporting Safari and Chrome). Node.js installed on a local or a remote server that can run a node.js script. I have only tested the last 4 versions of node.js, but the latest version of node.js you can install, the better. I will attempt to compile a node.js versions that are compatible with Babble. The php side of babble should work on php 5.5-7 (IPS 4 doesn’t official support php 7 due to incompatibilities with htmlpurifier has with php 7). Notes: babble requires node.js. This is an unconditional requirement. So many of the features of babble are node.js dependent, that there isn’t any fallback to another web technology (like ajax/long polling). With that in mind, Babble is very javascript dependent, it will not degrade gracefully if javascript has been disabled in the browser,if you have any tin foil hat wearing members, they will not be able to use babble. Note: *If you have SSL(HTTPS) on your server, you must be able to create a "reverse proxy" in nginx/apache to be able to use babble. **if you are running a server that doesn't use a LAMP ( Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) or LEMP (Linux, NGINX, MySQL, PHP) server, I will not be able to give support for. AFAIK node.js/socket.io will run on windows and mac os x, but configuration might prove difficult. As for *BSD servers, they should operate similar to a Linux server. Each purchase only entitles a installation on 1 live site and 1 dev site. If you wish to run babble on multiple sites, you will need to purchase babble for each site. If you are found in violation of this agreement, I can choose to revoke your access to future updates and support until the matter is rectified. If you purchase a copyright removal, Babble will occasional make a call home to http://codingjungle.com to validate the copyright removal key. Copyright Removal keys will need to be purchased for each purchase of babble if you wish to run it on multiple sites without branding. Features: Rooms: Babble comes with two default rooms that can not be removed. The “Babble” room is used by default for Babble, and the Widget Room is used by the “Widget” (the widget can be configured to use the default room). Each room has permissions that can be set like “View, Message, Whisper, Edit, Delete, Upload, and Archives”. Each room also has the ability to be configured independently of each other on uploads (what types and sizes), how many messages to show by default, rules to show before entering the room. Rooms can also have 3 bots they can configure (more on bots later). Rooms can be password protected. Uploads: Each room can be configured to allow uploads. If the upload is an image, the image will be “lazy loaded” and resized to fit the dimensions of the message area better. If it is a non-image upload, it will display a link to download. NOTE: Groups who can see the room, can also download and view images. Sounds: Babble comes with a collection of sounds for send, receive, entering, leaving and whispers. Users can enable or disable each sound as they see fit. The sound files can be replaced at any time in the ACP by pointing to the corresponding sound setting to the new location (this is to avoid future updates from overwriting your sound files). NOTE: due to some limitations in mobile OS’s (iOS and android) even if the sounds are enabled by the user, there is one additional step they must take to hear sounds on the effected OS’s. On mobile devices a Speaker Icon will appear, that will need to be activated to be able to hear sounds, this action must be done each page refresh. Whispers: Whispers are private messages that are sent in between users. They will open in a “tab” in the room and will flash when a new message is received if you aren’t currently active on the tab that is. Whispers only work inside the room, you currently can not “whisper” to some one who is not logged into the room you are in (at a later date this might change). Browser Notifications: A user can set how many new messages they receive in a room before a browser notification is triggered (or they can disable them all together). Currently these do not work on mobile OS’s, in the future I plan on adding notifications for iOS and Android. New Message Order: By default babble will order messages newest to oldest, for some users this might not be ideal, so they can reverse the order to oldest to newest. Any new message after this will honor the setting. Group Content: You can set a min. content count per room for each user group before they can send messages. You can use this feature as a reward to your members for participation on your site. Note: Messages made in babble will not increment content counts. Command Aliasing: you can set any number of aliases to existing/custom commands, this will help if you want to "localize" the commands. Stats - if stats are enabled for a room, you can keep track of basic stats like how many messages have been made in a room, the most online ever in a room, the current day's tally of how many have been in a room, and the top 5 users who make messages in a room. Archive - if enabled, a user can select to load messages previous made in the room. this is a group permission. BOTS: Babble comes with 4 bots, each serve a different function and are triggered in different ways. 3 of the bots can be configured per room, where the 4th bot can be configured to which rooms it sends messages too, as most of its settings are “global”. Hopefully Babble Bots can help you accomplish some pretty amazing things and enrich your users experience with babble. Time Bot: the time bot can be configured per room*. This bot can be configured to send different messages at different times**. You can use HTML/BBC in the bots messages. This bot runs from a task, so its HIGHLY recommend that you have your task configured to run as a cron job to see the best results. If not configured to a cron, this bot might not function properly. * you can configure this bot to store its messages in the database or not. Due to a technical limitation with node.js the bot is unable to check to see if there are any users in the room or not, so instead of having the chat history filled with messages from the time bot, they will “go away” on a page refresh. ** this is in minutes passed since the bot was configured, if you set a message to send every 10 minutes, then the first message will be sent 10 minutes after you configured the bot, and each additional message will be sent 10 minutes after this. Count Bot: This bot can be configured per room. You can configure this bot to send messages after x amount of messages sent by users*. You can also send different messages x amount of messages sent. You can use HTML/BBC and special variables(1) in your messages. * this does not include whispers sent or messages from other bots. Phrase Bot: This bot can be configured per room. You can configure this bot to send messages when a match to a word/phrase is made. You can have multiple matches for the same message or multiple messages for different matches. You can use HTML/BBC and specials variables(1) in the messages. Notifications: This is the bot that has a global configuration. This bot will send messages out when new content is posted to the supported applications*. Permissions are honored on these notifications, so if the user doesn’t have access to to view the area in question, they wont see the notification. This bot can only be configured to tell it which rooms to run in, the rest of its settings are global due to its nature. * IPS applications are the only ones support for notifications. In theory any application that uses the content item class should work, but I have only tested my own application that use this and they will work with it, so I’m pretty sure it will work with the other 3rd party application that use the classes. Babble has some API elements to it that will be document on my site later, so any application it doesn’t support, the application developer should be able to create a hook without much of a problem. (1) There are special variables that the count bot and phrase bot have access to, that can be used in the message, to show the name of the person who triggered, the bot’s name, and the match (this is for the phrase bot only). Bots can use commands, if it the command requires a the members name, use the special variable #member# Commands: Commands can perform special functions when issued. The commands can be issued thru the chat area (similar to how IRC does it). Some commands have group restrictions. You can add commands in 2 ways, in the ACP you can add basic commands , if you need more advanced functionality you can create a “command” file. Commands have been expanded greatly in 2.1, you can now "alias" them and the phrase/count bot can now use commands (the time bot can as well, but it wont have access to the #member# special variable). Command list: Announce – adds or removes an announcement to the room Ban – bans a user for a room. Unban – unbans a user for a room. BanList – Show’s who has been banned from a room. Ignore – Ignore a user in a room. Unignore – Stop ignored a user in a room. Kick – kick a user from a room. Me – an action command for a room. Mute – Mutes a member for everyone in a room. Unmute – unmutes the member in a room. Mutelist – shows a list of users who have been muted. Notifications – disables or enables notifications from the notification bot. Topic – adds or removes a chat topic from a room. Rules - Show the rules for a room if they have them. Password - sets a password for a room Purge - deletes all the existing messages in a room Stats - displays a rooms stats if enabled Rand - display a random GIF from giphy.com and many more!

    $50.00