The Ultimate Open Source WebChat Platform
- Live Demo
- Mobile apps
- Desktop apps
- About Rocket.Chat
Checkout the latest version at https://demo.rocket.chat
Download the Native Cross-Platform Desktop Application at Rocket.Chat.Electron
Available from the AppStore
Available from Google Play
Now compatible with all Android devices as old as version 4.0.x - download here, even on BlackBerry Passport!
Also available as FirefoxOS app
Instant Server Installation with Snaps
Install Rocket.Chat in seconds on Linux (Ubuntu and others) with:
sudo snap install rocketchat-server
Installing snaps is very quick. By running that command you have your full Rocket.Chat server up and running. Snaps are secure. They are isolated with all of their dependencies. Snaps also auto update when we release new versions.
Our snap features a built-in reverse proxy that can request and maintain free letsencrypt SSL certificates. You can go from zero to a public-facing SSL-secured Rocket.Chat server in less than 5 minutes.
Find out more information about our snaps here
Instantly deploy your Rocket.Chat server for free on next generation auto-scaling PaaS.
Painless SSL. Automatically scale your server cluster based on usage demand.
Host your own Rocket.Chat server in four seconds flat:
Easiest way to install a ready-to-run Rocket.Chat server on a Linux machine, VM, or VPS
Get your Rocket.Chat instance hosted in a "as a Service" style. You register and we manage it for you! (updates, backup...)
Deploy from shell:
snap install rocketchat-server
In under 30 seconds, your Rocket.Chat server will be up and running at
Install Rocket.Chat on Cloudron Smartserver:
Host your own Rocket.Chat server for FREE with One-Click Deploy
Deploy on Kubernetes using the official helm chart.
Deploy your own Rocket.Chat server instantly on Scalingo
Use the automated build image of our most recent release
docker pull rocketchat/rocket.chat:latest
OR select a specific release (details of releases available):
docker pull rocketchat/rocket.chat:vX.X.X
OR our official docker registry image, containing recent stable release build approved by Docker:
docker pull rocket.chat
Run solid five-nines deployment on industry workhorse FreeBSD server:
Deploy on your own enterprise server, or with Microsoft Azure:
Automated production-grade deployment in minutes, for RHEL / CentOS 7 or Ubuntu 14.04 LTS / 15.04:
Raspberry Pi 2
Run Rocket.Chat on this world famous $30 quad core server:
Add Rocket.Chat to this world famous time tested small enterprise server today:
Follow these deployment instructions
It is a great solution for communities and companies wanting to privately host their own chat service or for developers looking forward to build and evolve their own chat platforms.
On the News
Open Sourcers Race to Build Better Versions of Slack
Yes, we made it to the #1
Your own open source Slack-like chat
Rocket.Chat 是特性最丰富的 Slack 开源替代品之一。 主要功能：群组聊天，直接通信，私聊群，桌面通知，媒体嵌入，链接预览，文件上传，语音/视频 聊天，截图等等。
Para los programadores que quieran ofrecer un chat en su web
Un chat de código abierto que puedes añadir a la web
Why Slack when you can Rocket.chat?
Self-hosted alternatives to popular cloud services
- BYOS (bring your own server)
- Multiple Rooms
- Direct Messages
- Private Groups
- Public Channels
- Desktop Notifications
- Custom Emojis
- One touch Geolocation
- TeX Math Rendering - inline math typesetting
- Media Embeds
- Link Previews
- Sent Message Edit and Deletion
- Transcripts / History
- File Upload / Sharing
- Scalable file sharing - S3 uploads with CDN downloads
- Full text search
- Live chat / Messaging call center
- LDAP Authentication
- CAS 1.0, 2.0 support for education institutions and hosting providers worldwide
- Support for Okta SSO through SAML v2
- I18n - Supports 22 Languages
- Hubot Friendly
- (Beta) Face to Face Video Conferencing (aka WebRTC )
- (Beta) Multi-users Video Group Chat
- (Beta) Jitsi integration
- Audio calls
- Multi-users Audio Conference
- Drupal 7.x and 8.x Plug-in (download and source code )
- XMPP bridge (try it)
- REST APIs
- Remote Locations Video Monitoring
- Native real-time APIs for Microsoft C#, Visual Basic, F# and other .NET supported languages (Get it!)
- API access from Perl and Java (community contributions)
- Chat-ops powered by Hubot: scalable horizontal app integration (early access)
- Massively scalable hosting and provisioning (beta testing now)
- Native Cross-Platform Desktop Application Windows, Mac OSX, or Linux
- Mobile app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Download on AppStore!
- Mobile app for Android phone, tablet, and TV stick Available now on Google Play!
- Native Firefox OS Application (also for Desktop Firefox and Firefox for Android!) - Check the docs page for install instructions
- Sandstorm.io instant Rocket.Chat server Now on Sandstorm App Store
- Available on Cloudron Store
- XMPP Support via Webhook bridge Issue #404
- Federation via matrix.org, see hubot-freddie and Federation project : Issue #520, Issue #601
- Support for PostgreSQL: Issue #533, Issue #822
- Native iOS Application Issue #270, Rocket.Chat.iOS - HELP WANTED
- Native Android Application Issue #271 - HELP WANTED
- Off the Record Messaging Issue #36, Issue #268
- Wordpress Plug-in Issue # 1920
- Integration with PSTN (telephone networks)
- API-enabled methods: Issue #202, Issue #454, Issue #455, Issue #759
- Scalable WebRTC broadcaster / media-server integration, Issue #1118
- White label hosting
- Reseller support for white label hosting
- CRM integrations: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Salesforce.com, Zoho.com, SugarCRM, SuiteCRM and more
- Support multiple teams on the same instance / same VPS infrastructure: Issue #658, Issue #630
- Kerberos Authentication: Issue #839
- More webhooks: GitLab, Confluence, Jira, Piwik, Wordpress: Issue #233, Issue #525, Issue #637, Issue #638, Issue #747
- Anonymous use of Rocket.Chat: Issue #604
- File Sharing via P2P: Issue #369, Issue #370
- Anti-virus checking on file uploads: Issue #757
How it all started
Read about how it all started.
Github Issues are used to track todos, bugs, feature requests, and more.
Please use the Stack Overflow TAG
The docker image is ready.
Everyone can start hacking the adapter code, or launch his/her own bot within a few minutes now.
Please head over to the Hubot Integration Project for more information.
Chat-ops integrations powered by Hubot
Integrate your application with fly-in panels today! Early access is available for developers.
Many, many, many more to come!
We are developing the APIs based on the competition, so stay tuned and you will see a lot happening here.
Checkout Rocket.Chat documentation
Note that Rocket.Chat is distributed under the MIT License.
Quick start for code developers
Now just clone and start the app:
git clone https://github.com/RocketChat/Rocket.Chat.git cd Rocket.Chat meteor npm start
If you are not a developer and just want to run the server - see deployment methods.
It is based on Gitflow Workflow, reference section below is derived from Vincent Driessen at nvie.
See also this Git Workflows Comparison for more details.
We are experimenting Lingohub.
If you want to help, send an email to support at rocket.chat to be invited to the translation project.
How to Contribute
A lot of work has already gone into Rocket.Chat, but we have much bigger plans for it!
Contributor License Agreement
Please review and sign our CLA at https://cla-assistant.io/RocketChat/Rocket.Chat
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Testing with BrowserStack
Rocket.Chat will be free forever, but you can help us speed-up the development!
NB. The URL is set to the following:
Using the official docker-compose.yml from RocketChat and I'm getting the following error:
Error: $MONGO_OPLOG_URL must be set to the 'local' database of a Mongo replica set
Has anybody got any ideas how to fix this or where to start looking?
The heroku create/deploy app link leads to an invalid installation
When trying to deploy to heroku: "A valid GitHub directory could not be found".
I have been wandering all day on the chat, but nobody answered. I've offered my help for the French translation but no answers from the team too...
Please join us at https://demo.rocket.chat/ and a core team or community member can help you with it. Basically, if you have your mongoDB instance running from a previous version - this image should just work.
I love what you did an are doing with rocket.chat. I used it for a few months but, for this update you didn't provide any advices or instructions to deploy your container. I have a running mongoDB from the previous setup, which is currently running.
How can I upgrade while keeping my accounts and channels ? I even tried to test the new container but it didn't ran properly. Can you provide these info please ?
Thank you by advance