Sinch Launches JavaScript SDK

Sinch, an app communications service provider, has again expanded its SDK capabilities with the announcement today of a JavaScript SDK platform. With the release, Web, iOS and Android developers can now easily add a communication and/or messaging layer to apps with a few lines of code. As the demand for in-app communications and messaging features continues to rise, Sinch delivers such functionality at a competitive price point with unmatched ease of integration.

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“We’ve been impressed by the growing demand and interest in Sinch from the developer community and are excited to help fuel next wave of innovative companies," commented Sinch CEO Andreas Bernstrom. "We think that features like chat and voice will remain two of the fastest-growing segments of Web and mobile applications, and developers already realize they are critical to driving growth, user engagement and sustained profitability. We believe we’ll see continued acceleration of demand and expect to be adding north of 500 developer partners a month by end of year.”

Along with the JavaScript SDK, the platform offers back-end-to-back-end integration, call flow management, SMS REST APIs and real-time reporting. Sinch will debut the offering at TechCrunch's upcoming Disrupt Hackathon. Sinch will award $5,000 to the best implementation of the API.  

Sinch aims to be the simplest and most cost-effective solution for developers looking to add social features to their apps. With today's announcement, Sinch expands its reach to developers who touch millions of users across all major platforms. With the current level of growing demand, Sinch expects to grow its team by 20% in the final quarter of this year. Check out Sinch at Disrupt and follow upcoming announcements at Sinch's blog

Eric Carter Eric the founder of Dartsand and Corporate Counsel for a specialty technology distributor. He is a frequent contributor to technology media outlets and also serves as primary legal counsel for multiple startups in the Real Estate, Virtual Assistant, and Software Development Industries. Follow me on Google+

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