The RingCentral Developers API was designed to enable businesses of all sizes to take their communications to the cloud, decreasing costs and increasing productivity. The RingCentral API includes the ability to send and receive voice calls, send and receive text messages, incorporate team messaging, manage team file sharing, host online meetings and video conferencing, electronically send and receive fax, configure your RingCentral account (including managing call rules, accounts, and users), and provides real-time data to account and call data - all with a single Developer account, and a single API.
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The RingCentral Android SDK by John Wang allows developers to integrate the RingCentral API into their Android applications. Basic usage instructions and a link to a demo app are included in the documentation.
The RingCentral Node.js SDK by John Wang allows developers to call the RingCentral API from their Node.js applications in order to generate RingCentral data records such as messages, faxes, call recordings, etc.