With the Mix09 Keynote taking place later today (4pm GMT, watch it live at http://live.visitmix.com/), one of the things that will be shown at Mix is the Live Messenger Web Toolkit. Basically, the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit “enables developers to integrate and enrich their Web-based applications with Windows Live Messenger.”
The documentation for all of this is very nicely viewable on MSDN already, so you can start reading up on it now. I haven’t gone through what’s on offer in too great a detail yet, however there is a “Getting Started Tour” video available that Angus Logan and James Senior have done at (embedded further down) as well as an mslivelabs subsite for it.
Taken from the documentation:
You can integrate with the Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit in the following two ways:
The WLML is nothing new to us, as Colin has done a fantastic series on how to use the WLML. Looking forward to seeing what demos are shown using this.