Userplane (www.userplane.com), the premier application provider for online communities, announced today that its plug-in applications are now widely available to developers looking for community features for online communities.
Userplane made the announcement at the O’Reilly Graphing Social Patterns East 2008 Conference, where Mike Jones, Userplane CEO and SVP of AOL, will speak on a panel entitled “From Zero to Community in 60 seconds: White Label Social Applications.” The panel will be held in Regency Room E, from 1:15-2:00 pm on Tuesday, June 10.
Plug-ins for Userplane Webmessenger, Webchat and Webrecorder applications are now available for VBulletin, WordPress, Drupal, Mambo, Joomla and phpFoX. Developers can easily and quickly integrate Userplane plug-in applications into the social networking communities and websites they create with these platforms.
“With our plug-ins offering, Userplane is making it easier for developers using some of these out-of-the-box or open source platforms to integrate our tools and facilitate user engagement while building site loyalty,” said Jones. “We continue to develop scalable, robust applications that support the creativity and independence of developers and contribute to their ability to develop ubiquity on the Web.”
Userplane plug-in applications can be bundled, but gives the publishers the option of launching the individual applications of their choosing. Each of the plug-ins can be integrated seamlessly into existing databases and require minimal programming experience on the part of the website owner.Tags