The stethoscope was invented 201 years ago in 1816 by René Laennec in Paris, or possibly thousands of years earlier by the ancient Egyptians! We all know from any visit to a nurse or doctor that the simple “analog” stethoscope remains today a key tool for healthcare professionals who can quickly interpret anomalies from listening to heart, lung, abdominal and other body sounds. So, what happens in Telehealth systems when the doctor is remote and is connected digitally over the Internet by video and audio to the patient?
At TokBox we’re always trying to find ways to improve your development experience. We pride ourselves on offering clear documentation, helpful tutorials and tools to accelerate the integration of OpenTok. We don’t plan on stopping there.
Now, with the Video Chat Embed, you can take your proof of concept from zero to sixty with a simple copy and paste.
Why is this so powerful? As the market and demand for live video communications grows, two trends are emerging. First, developers with varied coding skill levels want to build with WebRTC. Second, developers want to be able to show off a proof of concept quickly. Enter the Video Chat Embed.
To get started simply login to your TokBox account, click “Video Chat Embeds” in the left navigation and “Create New Embed”.
Make a few configuration choices for your Video Chat Embed – specify what size you would like the frame to be and what website your project will be embedded into. We’ll then generate code for you that can be added to your website in a matter of minutes.