OpenTox is a framework that can be used in the creation of predictive toxicology applications. It can be integrated with other APIs to provide users with access to a variety of distributed toxicological resources including data, computer models, validation, and reporting. OpenTox is working to meet the requirements of the REACH legislation for providing alternatives to animal experiments for toxicity testing.
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The OpenTok Server Archiving Java Sample Code demonstrates how to use the OpenTok Java SDK to archive (or record) Sessions, list archives that have been created, download the recordings, and delete the recordings.
The OpenTok NodeJS Sample Code by TokBox provides chat features such as messaging, voice, and video by interacting with the API. Hello World and Archiving examples demonstrate how to run each application.