We're still working on SkyHistory, the Skype chat history manager, to store messages, filter chats, and search for conversations by date. The need to expand core product features across platforms led FortySeven to create cross-platform components for importing text messages and Skype chats.
We refer to it as:
We chose the .NET Framework to implement a set of core cross-platform components for several reasons. Most importantly, the .NET Core is an open-source platform corresponding to the Microsoft .NET Framework that works with macOS, Linux, and Windows. The framework then consists of CoreCLR runtime, which is a cross-platform implementation of CLR. It comes with only a translator called RyuJIT. Moreover, CoreFX libraries are included here, and their features are partially compatible with BCL functions.
The FortySeven' team has developed a File System Watcher and SQLite Wrapper components that can be used in any application when needed.Regarding the platform's underlying components and functions, FileSystemWatcher monitors file system change notifications and generates events if there are any changes to the Skype account database. The FileSystemWatcher class calculates the directory/filename as a parameter and can be easily used in any application as an external library. Our team relied on the following to achieve the development objectives:
Our development team has developed a set of components that support all Microsoft Skype Compatible platforms, such as Windows, Linux, and macOS. We were able to combine the .NET Core and Electron UI applications easily. File System Watcher and SQLite Wrapper components can be used in any application as needed.