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LiveChat and Single-Page Applications

Ewa Hendrychowska in Angular 2, on December 22, 2017

LiveChat and Single-Page Applications

The technology behind single-page applications (note that the term is often used incorrectly in the context of simple one-page websites) is hardly a new one. Single-page apps rely heavily on AJAX, which allows for communicating with the back-end servers. It means that it’s possible to load data into an application without a full page refresh.

Single-page apps are definitely a thing nowadays: despite their shortcomings they are considered a modern standard. Consequently, there are numerous JavaScript frameworks around for quicker app development.

Chatting in single-page applications

Let’s say, then, that you already have selected a framework for your single-page app, and now it’s time to add a live chat widget.

Not sure if you need one? Read [What is Live Chat for an Online Business]( by Jacob Firuta to see that you do.

LiveChat integrates with the most popular JavaScript frameworks, so you can add it to your application in a matter of minutes.


React (also called React.js or ReactJS) is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. We have created a React component to easily integrate LiveChat with your single-page app.

Go to LiveChat for React

React Native

React Native is a framework for building native cross-platform mobile apps with JavaScript and React.

The LiveChat React Native component is a bit more complex than its React counterpart, but it comes with its own chat UI.

Go to LiveChat for React Native


Angular (a common name for any Angular2+ release) is a platform for developing mobile and web apps with Typescript/JavaScript and other languages.

Go to LiveChat for Angular


AngularJS (that is, any Angular 1.x release) is a client-side JavaScript framework. Therefore, it makes it possible to generate new pages with no interaction with a server.

Go to LiveChat for AngularJS

Need more?

If you need to integrate LiveChat with another framework, drop us a line and we will let you know what can be done. Follow us on Twitter for updates and get in touch with us if you have any questions!

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