This Sample Code is an Android demonstration that utilizes EnableX platform Server APIs and the Android Toolkit to build one to one video calling applications with annotation capabilities. EnableX is a communication platform that allows you to embed video/voice calls and messaging into applications and websites.
In a press release on 11 March 2013, Message Bus announced that its Message Bus Platform is now available for integration via Zapier's drag and drop API integration capabilities. This is exciting news for anyone trying to create efficient integrations and workflows that make sense for business but don't come with the associated efforts, long lead times and costs that custom API work entails.
Google Chrome is in the early stages of developing a tool that would bring YouTube-like video recommendation feeds to most any website that has the content to support one. The fresh feature has already found its way to Canary builds of Chrome, where it lets people see what videos are queued up next.
In a bid for a larger chunk of the unified communications market, CounterPath announced an API for its Bria for Windows communications platform. The Vancouver company produces softphones, which allow users to make Internet phone calls (think Skype and Google Voice) from a computer or a mobile device. Although a relatively small player in the market, Counterpath has a respectable 10 million downloads of its client. Its client consists of X-lite, free, and Bria for commercial use. Bria offers voice and video over fixed, mobile and WiFi networks. It's ability to automatically switch to WiFi, allows users to stay connected while saving money.