Building a text chat for Android and iOS with OpenTok React Native

Build a text chat app for iOS and Android with OpenTok React Native

As you may know, we recently announced an OpenTok Labs solution for adding live video and messaging to your React Native application. In this post, we’d like to take a deeper look at how to use the OpenTok Signaling API to build a text chat application with React Native.

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Putting OpenTok React into practice at Reactathon

OpenTok React hackathon at Github

This past week, my colleague Aaron and I had the opportunity to attend the Reactathon Advanced Conference. The conference featured some great talks, many of which included React Native, GraphQL, and WebAssembly. In addition to the conference, Reactathon also hosted a hackathon, which TokBox supported by sponsoring. It was great seeing the community that loves this great framework come together and share their knowledge.

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Build live video mobile apps with OpenTok React Native

OpenTok React Native for live video mobile apps

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been working on OpenTok React Native. As the name suggests, it’s a React Native library for OpenTok. As I work with developers at hackathons and other events, I’ve had lots of questions about React Native and OpenTok. So on April 11th I’ll be hosting a webinar where I’ll build iOS and Android applications with live video using OpenTok and React Native. 

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Zenbag cruises to victory with OpenTok at CruzHacks

One of my favorite parts of being a developer evangelist is getting to meet fellow developers and share their journey to building awesome products. And there’s nowhere better to meet developers than a hackathon!

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend CruzHacks at my alma mater, the University of California Santa Cruz. It was great to be in a position where I could support an amazing event through sponsorship, mentoring, and judging.

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Connecting WebRTC endpoints and Telephony Systems with OpenTok SIP Interconnect

OpenTok SIP Interconnect Webrtc for telephony systems

As we continue to work towards enabling developers to reap the full potential of WebRTC, we wanted to demonstrate connecting a WebRTC audio stream with a PSTN user, using OpenTok SIP Interconnect and a third party SIP-PSTN Gateway.

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The Cordova OpenTok Plugin: Live video for iOS and Android applications

Cordova OpenTok plugin for WebRTC

When I introduced myself at the start of October, I shared my aim of working with TokBox developer community members to maintain and add support for third-party frameworks in order to reach as many developers as possible. I’ve been busy since then speaking to our community and learning about what they need to have a great experience with our OpenTok platform and get creative with live video.

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How to add a video chat embed to your Wix website

Add video chat embeds to your Wix Website

Recently, TokBox introduced Video Chat Embeds enabling you to add real-time communication to your website with just a few lines of code. Video embeds can be easily integrated into websites built on any of the following platforms:

  • Wix
  • Squarespace
  • Zoho Sites
  • Weebly (Business and above)
  • WordPress hosted account (paid)
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Build WebRTC desktop apps with OpenTok and Electron

Electron and OpenTok WebRTC

TokBox is pleased to announce that with the release of OpenTok.js v2.12, OpenTok now officially supports Electron, allowing developers to build hybrid desktop applications which combine native APIs and web development to create native-like applications.

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Introducing our brand new Developer Evangelist!

Manik Sachdeva TokBox Developer Evangelist

Hey everyone, my name is Manik and I’m happy to say I’ve recently joined TokBox as the Developer Evangelist.

I’m extremely excited to be a part of a company that’s creating an ecosystem for real-time communication. OpenTok allows users to take full control of implementing video and audio chat, as well as messaging, into their Web, iOS, Android, and Windows products. It’s awesome to see how developers all over the world are using the API and I’m looking forward to seeing many more creative ideas in the future.

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