The Voice API allows developers to integrate call control functionalities with third party applications. Developers can build voice-based interfaces such as voice conferencing applications, and customer support systems. This API uses API Keys for authentication, and JSON for responses. Nexmo is powered by the New Jersey based firm, Vonage.
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The Nexmo Swift Sample Code by Nexmo demonstrates how to access telephony features such as voice, messages, and verification. With the code available, developers can access the XCode project including the respective authentication and methods.
The Nexmo PHP Sample Code by Nexmo presents developers how to access telephony features such as voice, messages, and verification for implementing in mobile applications. The code available shows how to send a message using simple API parameters.
The Nexmo Java Sample Code by Nexmo demonstrates developers how to access telephony features such as voice, messages, and verification. The link with application public key is available for download as a file.