The Li Xin Messenger
LiMe is a communication application implemented in Java that allows you to keep in touch and exchange files with friends anytime, anywhere.
You can also quickly deploy a custom LiMe server for private communication.
- LiMe is developed in the MVC design pattern.
- We use Swing to implement the UI layer.
- The persistence layer is implemented with JDBC.
- As for the database, we chose MySQL.
- The model layer is strictly following JavaBean specification requirements.
- Fully comply with the code specification in the Alibaba Java Coding Guidelines,
- Each layer achieves high cohesion and low coupling, which significantly leverages the scalability and the maintainability of this project.
- JRE 14
This project is compiled with AdoptOpenJDK.
openjdk 14.0.1 2020-04-14
OpenJDK Runtime Environment AdoptOpenJDK (build 14.0.1+7)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM AdoptOpenJDK (build 14.0.1+7, mixed mode, sharing)
If you would like to adapt this project to business use.
Please use this project with
OpenJDK or any Non-Oracle JDK, Thanks.
Code Guide Lines
This repository follows the guideline of the Alibaba Java Coding Guidelines.
For more information, please refer to the Alibaba Java Coding Guidelines:
If you would like to use it with windows, you should clone this repo and rebuild it with windows.
To enable a more efficient and secure LiMe, we set up an application layer protocol.
The Server GUI
The Login GUI and the welcome page as well.
The Register GUI
The User Agreement (HTML parsing)
The Chat GUI of user @lixin, the friend list is on the left side of the panel
The Chat GUI of user @test
The Group Chat
The File Transmission
MySQL table structure
Emails you might get from the server
- [ ] Pure cli version of LiMe Server to enable deployment on linux headless server.
- [ ] Adapt Travis CI
- [ ] Rebuild The Protocol with Restful API (json)
- [ ] Gradle the project
- [ ] Use HTML to render the email content
- [ ] Use
Mybatis as a persistence framework
- [ ] The process bar for the file transmission
- [ ] A fancy website for LiMe
- [ ] Improve concurrence
- [x] Fix the server thread pool malfunction issue
- [x] Migrate to Non-Oracle JDK or
- [x] Merge all the services out of
P.R.China to provide a global-based service.
- [x] Store the password on the server with MD5
- [x] Local password storage encrypted with AES using a random key, the random key stored with AES digested with MD5
- [x] Transport the message with AES and keys digested with MD5
- [x] Open group chat for all users
- [x] Enable user to reset the password via a server-sent Email
- [x] Redirect LiMe to the new domain name
- [x] Email should be a unique key (LiMeSeedRecoverPassword)
- [x] The file transmission function
- [x] Use the database to validate and manage the user
- [x] Blur Agreement Frame
- [x] HTML parsing and rendering
- [x] Version number increase
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