The Genesys Callback Services API allows adding a callback service, defining a service name. With the API in REST architecture and JSON formats, developers can start callback, cancel callback, reschedule callback,
query availability, query callback by lookup properties, query callback by queues, query counter watermarks, and export callback records. Genesys provides customer call center software to medium and large enterprises.
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The Genesys Android Sample Code demonstrates how to integrate an Android application that interacts with Google Mobile Services for contact purposes. It supports file transfer, typing notifications, typing preview, mobile push notifications, and APIGee integration.
The Genesys Callback Push Notifications iOS Sample Code demonstrates how to send asynchronous messages (push notifications). While iOS uses APN (Apple Push Notifications) and Comet, Android employs GCM/C2DM and Comet.
The Genesys Callback Push Notifications Android Sample Code demonstrates how to use diverse ways to send push notifications asynchronously. Android uses Comet, along with GCM/C2DM. iOS uses APNs and Comet.