ICQKID

You know nothing about how ICQ works or about the protocol but you still want to be a cool h4x0r and code your progs? Well now you can!
ICQ DEVELOPER TOOLKIT is one of the kind project that will make your coder dreams come true.

Basically it’s a DLL which has some functions that lets you connect to the ICQ Network, send messages, etc.

Only problem with it, if you can call it a problem, is that it’s unmanaged code which means that you can’t use it directly in C# for example (in C on the other hand you can, without any changes).

So I’ve made a small frontend for it which lets you use the dll in managed code: a class called ManagedKID.

Now you only have to create an instance of ManagedKID and use it’s functions. The ManagedKID isntance will automatically call the .dll functions.
(strange sentence, but hey … if you can code a bit you’ll understand what it does)

Example code of use (C#):

ManagedKID myKid = new ManagedKID();
myKid.ICQ_ActivateConnect("1234567","password","login.icq.com",5190);

Download the DLL from http://www.icqkid.com, where you can also see the ManagedKID code.

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B!

PS: To make it clear : I didn’t create ICQKID, so don’t ask me how to use it. I only created the ManagedKID class, to make things easier for ppl who want to use it in C#.

Published by Bramus!

Bramus is a frontend web developer from Belgium, working as a Chrome Developer Relations Engineer at Google. From the moment he discovered view-source at the age of 14 (way back in 1997), he fell in love with the web and has been tinkering with it ever since (more …)

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