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Sendbird opens self-service portal for Sendbird calls APIs
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 by Brittany Hainzinger
Sendbird has opened a self-service portal for Sendbird Calls APIs. The new option makes it fast and easy for organizations to bring the power of voice and video to their apps. The company has also added several new features to the APIs, including call event webhooks and on-device recording. Additionally, Sendbird’s voice and video technology has been integrated in...
Friday, September 15, 2017 by Richard Harris
TokBox has announced that the version of its OpenTok Platform for WebRTC that supports Safari 11 browser will roll out of beta and be available to all developers upon iOS general availability later this month. “This is a major turning point for live video,” noted TokBox CEO Scott Lomond. “Now that we are able to support embedded communications in all of the major browse...
Facebook Releases Marketing and Monetization Goodies for App Developers at F8
Friday, March 27, 2015 by Stuart Parkerson
At the kickoff of its F8 developer conference, Facebook announced a broad number of products and tools to help developers build, grow, and monetize mobile apps.In attendance were more than 2,500 developers. Facebook announced that its developer community has doubled in size, and there are now hundreds of thousands of developers working with Facebook around the world wit...
Acision SDK Allows App Developers to Provide Skype and WhatsApp Like Features
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Acision has released out of beta its Acision SDK via its forge by Acision API platform. With the Acision SDK, developers can incorporate WebRTC functionality, such as video and voice calling, messaging, content sharing and presence into web and native mobile applications. For example, by using Acision’s technology and cloud-based network, companies can integrate cl...
Acision Releases New WebRTC SDK for Enterprise
Saturday, June 21, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
Acision has launched its WebRTC SDK to allow enterprises to incorporate browser-based WebRTC functionality, such as video and voice calling as well as content sharing, chat and IM sessions, into web and mobile applications.Companies can integrate the latest click-to-call (Voice), video-chat and IP messaging solutions, which can be built into or on top of websi...