The best practice taught by all developers is to keep your code clean and integrated with the framework you use. Though sometimes it’s not possible to adapt all extensions to this concept, at LiveChat, we looked ahead to meet your expectations and prepared Chat Widget Adapters. If you joined us for our recent live coding session, you may already be familiar with the topic, but if you haven’t — let’s dive into more details.
The Adapters bind the building blocks (such as the component lifecycle and the framework-specific reactivity model implementation) to the JS API methods, getters, setters, and events, which are natively available in our JS API. Therefore, you can still make use of all the Chat Widget functionalities and make the most of your website’s performance by alternating the code to the framework you use.
Each available adapter library implements the concept of integrating with the Chat Widget JS API in a similar way. Naturally, the various implementation details for each framework make them different, but they share a common lifecycle model and a reactive data interface concept. Read more about the adapter core concept in our documentation.
If you’d like to understand the possibilities of our Adapters in more detail, be sure to watch the live coding session dedicated to this topic and see them in action!
🧑🎓 Developer tip
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