RelatedChat is an open-source alternative communication platform. Both iOS (Swift), Android (React Native), and Web (React) version source codes are available.
- Live demo server available
- Updated iOS (Swift) codebase
- New Android (React Native) version
- New Desktop browser (React) version
- Single backend server (using GraphQLite)
- Direct chat functionality
- Channel chat functionality
- Sending text messages
- Sending emoji messages
- Sending photo messages
- Sending video messages
- Sending audio messages
- Sending stickers
- Sending GIF messages
- Media file local cache
- Media message re-download option
- Media download network settings (Wi-Fi, Cellular or Manual)
- Cache settings for media messages (automatic/manual cleanup)
- Typing indicator
- Load earlier messages
- Message delivery receipt
- Message read receipt
- Arbitrary message sizes
- Send/Receive sound effects
- Copy and paste text messages
- Video length limit possibility
- Save photo messages to device
- Save video messages to device
- Realtime conversation view for ongoing chats
- All media view for chat media files
- Picture view for multiple pictures
- Basic Settings view included
- Basic Profile view for users
- Edit Profile view for changing user details
- Sign in with Email
- Terms of Service view
- Full source code is available
- No backend programming is needed
- Native and easy to customize user interface
- Supports native iOS Dark Mode
- Supported devices: iPhone SE – iPhone 13 Pro Max
pod install first (the CocoaPods Frameworks and Libraries are not included in the repo).
2., Create some test users by using the demo server.
3., Open the
app.xcworkspace from Xcode and select Product/Run (⌘ R).
1., Setup Gradle variables by following the official docs.
2., Open a terminal and run
3., Open another terminal and run
npx react-native run-android --variant=release.
For a complete guide on how to publish and run your React Native app, please refer to the official docs.
You can install RelatedChat on any servers (Windows, Linux or macOS), by using Docker. Just download the Docker Compose file to your computer and initiate the process.
curl -o docker-compose.yml https://gqlite.com/relatedchat/docker-compose.yml docker-compose up -d
Make sure to change all the sensitive values in your YAML file before building your server.
environment: DB_HOST: pg DB_PORT: 5432 DB_DATABASE: gqlserver DB_USER: gqlserver DB_PASSWORD: gqlserver CACHE_HOST: rd CACHE_PORT: 6379 CACHE_PASSWORD: gqlserver MINIO_ROOT_USER: gqlserver MINIO_ROOT_PASSWORD: gqlserver ADMIN_EMAIL: [email protected] ADMIN_PASSWORD: gqlserver SECRET_KEY: f2e85774-9a3b-46a5-8170-b40a05ead6ef
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