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The Respoke .NET SDK by Respoke allows API interaction with the aim to integrate audio, video, and chat features into WebRTC applications. Developers can interact with the SDK for non-browser to browser authentication using token.
The Respoke Ruby SDK by Respoke allows to connect with the API via server to integrate the features of audio, video, and chat into WebRTC applications. Developers need to authenticate with token to access the API.
The Respoke Android SDK by Respoke offers straightforward resources to integrate voice, video, and text features into applications. The aim is to improve real time communication for client satisfaction. Available installation with a link to download the JAR file, test cases with seven steps to follow, and web test bot with endpoint ID to either load an HTML file from Chrome or run in a local server. Jason Adams is the developer who recently authored on GitHub.
With Respoke, users can integrate applications with audio, video, and chat features. This SDK for iOS has the main goal to make development easier considering real time communications capabilities in mobile devices. Contains documents, installation, and test cases. Respoke is on GitHub at https://github.com/respoke/