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Frameworks

The following are links to live UI frameworks/libraries that can be used to implement Deep Chat.

React

Make sure to use the deep-chat-react package and define the element tag as DeepChat.

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Vue

Depending on your configuration, you may notice a "Failed to resolve component..." warning in the console. This can be fixed by following the simple steps outlined here.

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Svelte

The Svelte browser app should work right out of the box. The SvelteKit implementation requires the component to be imported using onMount and deep-chat to be rendered when it has loaded.

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Angular

Please add the CUSTOM_ELEMENTS_SCHEMA into your module's schemas array and import the component as import 'deep-chat';. See this blog for more information.

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Solid

Make sure to declare a solid-js module when working with TypeScript and use hyphen-case syntax for properties that are accessed directly through markup.

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Next

Use the deep-chat-react package and lazy load it using Next's dynamic extension.

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Vanilla JS

The Live Example demonstrates how to set values via properties (recommended) and attributes, which should also be used as a fallback approach for other frameworks. This example also demonstrates how to import the component via a CDN.

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Troubleshooting

If your platform has not been listed and Vanilla JS approach does not work as fallback, or if you are having issues with any of the existing examples; please see github issues or create a new issue ticket and we will look into it as soon as possible.