OpenTok is a free set of APIs from TokBox that enables websites to weave live, group video communication into their online experience. TokBox is a web application that allows users to make multi-party video chat calls over the Internet without a download. With OpenTok users can: control size, layout and movement of video streams; stream to multiple pages and sites at once; create both "viewer" and "participant" roles; scale to large gatherings. The API uses RESTful protocol with responses formatted in XML.
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The OpenTok Ruby SDK by TokBox offers installation via Bundler and Ruby Gems. To initialize, users can create sessions, generate tokens, and work with archives. TokBox specializes in WebRTC services for video, voice, and messaging services.
Official OpenTok PHP SDK by TokBox. It provides installation via composer and manual. To start with the SDK, developers can create sessions, generate tokens, and work with archives. An Api Key is available at https://dashboard.tokbox.com/users/sign_in
The OpenTok .NET SDK by TokBox allows to create sessions and tokens to interact with the API. References include installation with NuGet and usage with sessions, tokens, and archives. TokBox is a WebRTC company that provides communication solutions in video, voice, and messaging features.
The OpenTok Server SDKs let developers securely generate tokens for their OpenTok applications. The development kits allow developers to built WebRTC-powered applications. These SDKs are created and supported by the Tokbox community.