Bopup IM Client SDK 1.0.2
Bopup IM Client Software Development Kit (SDK) is a toolkit for Windows platform that provides documentation, samples and COM components for building powerful instant messaging functionality into existing applications, creating and developing a chat messenger software based a client/server architecture.
Applications built on this SDK interact and communicate with Bopup Communication Server (IM server software).
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