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:
- Zoho Sites
- Weebly (Business and above)
- WordPress hosted account (paid)
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.
Apple has started rolling out iOS 11 and macOS 10.13, and with these releases, developers can now start to build production ready applications for Safari on the OpenTok platform, as we announced in our last post in mid-September.
With support for Safari, we’re able to further the benefits of the OpenTok platform, focused on scale, reliability and quality, empowering developers drive creativity through communications.
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.
Live Video is a key capability within Insurtech apps that are disrupting the insurance industry. In this blog you will learn more about Insurtech and the role of Live Video in Insurance applications.
TokBox attended the excellent InsureTech Connect conference in Las Vegas on October 3-4, 2017. If you were not able to talk to us there, please contact us to discuss your Insurance use cases. You can also download our Insurance Datasheet for more information about our platform.
We’re happy to say that last week, as part of the 2.12 release of our client SDKs, we graduated the OpenTok Windows Client SDK out of beta. This SDK allows Windows developers to add rich, immersive video chat to Windows native applications and to really let their creativity flow.
Co-authored by Tiffany Walsh, Patrick Quinn-Graham, and Michael Sander.
We recently announced the launch of our large-scale Interactive broadcast capabilities, including the option to publish to a wide variety of endpoints via RTMP and HTTP Live streaming. You can now broadcast to an audience of up to 3000 real-time viewers – and we know because we’ve been testing it to get it perfect, so that you don’t have to. Want to know how we test WebRTC sessions for huge audiences even though we only have a handful of people on our team? Read on!
We invite you to join our first Live Video Experience webinar on September 20th 2017 at 10am Pacific for a unique opportunity to hear from guest speakers Sai Hossain, CEO of Crowdcast, and Dylan Jhaveri, CTO of Crowdcast. They will share the disruptive impact of live video and streaming technology on the webinar industry and new ways in which people are interacting globally today.
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Today, 66% of all internet traffic is being driven by live-streaming video, and by 2020, that number will grow to 82%, according to research by Cisco. Rapidly-successful User Generated Content apps, like Facebook Live and Periscope, are among the driving forces behind this growth, as live video and interactive online broadcasting is being widely adopted across industries, including webinar platforms.
In previous posts, we have looked at some key considerations for building apps for social video calling on mobile devices, and some of the features you can include to make sure your users have a great experience.
Here, we’re going to look in depth at CallKit, a framework for iOS which is an important component for creating frictionless, delightful apps, especially voice and video calling apps.