MOHA Chat is a chat solution which comes with a intuitive Web client and can run on most shared hosts. MOHA Chat consumes fewer resources on the server side and is fast on the client side. It uses AJAX to retrieve the chat messages and user status. The client polls the server at regular intervals. It currently supports only one-to-one chatting with the Web client. The Web client encrypts messages using a key unique to the client when sending a message to the server and vice versa.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers Database Communications Chat|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: PostgreSQL support was introduced. A problem in Firefox on Linux was fixed. A problem in which the HTTP Request XML API didn't work was fixed. List of new features A database abstraction layer was introduced. The DBA is configurable via the configuration file.
Release Notes: The HTTP_Request PEAR package is used instead of CURL for the plug-in PHP proxy. A problem with MOHA database configuration was fixed. Uploaded files can now be downloaded correctly.
Release Notes: The HTTP_Request PEAR package is used instead of CURL for the plug-in PHP proxy.
Release Notes: Wellington, New Zealand and all cities of the United States of America were invalid. Retrieving weather information always failed. No man's land caused a SimpleXML error. All of these bugs were fixed. A loading indicator was added for the weather plug-in, but it only works with MOHA Chat 0.1b8.
Release Notes: This release fixed a few security flaws. Users no longer have to sign in to use the plug-in API. An issue on Konqueror where the progress bar was stuck was fixed along with a problem where the weather was never updated on IE. Browsers are now forced to not cache where necessary. It is now possible to insert a new line without posting the message using Ctrl+Enter.