Safari Browser Support (beta): You can now test OpenTok functionality in the upcoming Safari 11 browser for Mac and iOS.
Explore sample code on GitHub to jumpstart development and build
your understanding of OpenTok. Feel free to copy and modify the
source code in these for your own projects.
These samples are hosted on GitHub
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Basic client samples
These repositories provide some examples and walkthroughs of
different features and use-cases you can build with the OpenTok
client SDKs (Web, Android, and iOS).
Already have a client set up and need a quick server solution? These sample apps show how to use the OpenTok Server SDKs
to set up a simple REST service for creating sessions, generating tokens, and carrying out archiving functions using REST calls.
These sample apps show how you can use the OpenTok Server SDKs to
archive (or record) sessions, list archives that have been created,
download and delete the recordings. Also includes a simple client-side implementation.
These sample apps show how to use popular web frameworks to build your client and server components into a single project. Includes code for creating sessions, generating tokens with those sessions, and then
passing those values to a web client that can connect and conduct
a group chat.