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VoIP Push Notifications support for iOS SDK has arrived

Dear Voximplant developers, we are happy to announce that Voximplant now supports VoIP Push Notifications for calls to iOS SDK. We tried to make everything as simple for developer as possible; the following steps are required to enable VoIP Push Notifications for your app:

1. Upload your Apple VoIP Push certificate at https://manage.voximplant.com/#certificates and specify (bind) Voximplant application(s) where you will be using VoIP Push functionality

2. Add

require(Modules.PushService);

in the beginning of your VoxEngine scenario

3. Now VoxEngine’s callUser and callUserDirect functions will start using VoIP Pushes to notify the SDK about incoming calls. (same applies to helper functions: forwardCallToUser and forwardCallToUserDirect)

4. Get new version of iOS SDK at http://voximplant.com/docs/references/mobilesdk/ios/

That’s it!

P.S. Android Push support is on its way to production, expect it right after the New Year in January 2017!

Click-to-call for web and mobile application

One of the most popular scenarios for our Web/Mobile SDK is about enabling true click-to-call/tap-to-call function in web and mobile applications. True click-to-call means that it’s not about callback version when a call is initiated from the platform to both parties and connects them together, it means that call is initiated from the client side and goes via IP to the platform and then routed to required destination. True click-to-call is cheaper, faster and offers better UX; of course, you need to have the internet connection to use it (shouldn’t be an issue these days). This tutorial explains how to easily embed click-to-call into your app using VoxImplant SDKs and setup call routing using VoxEngine scenarios.

We recommend to check our Quickstart before you proceed

Video Call Recording has arrived

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It’s been awhile since we announced video calls support for VoxImplant. There are number of ways how developers can implement video calling with VoxImplant using Web/Mobile SDKs or SIP video phones as endpoints. If call is made in non-P2P mode then its media stream goes via our media servers and we can record it if required.

Bitrix24 Chooses VoxImplant for Web Calling

We’re very excited to announce VoxImplant’s integration into Bitrix24, the hugely popular social intranet for small businesses that’s behind some of the web’s most visited websites. Bitrix24, with around 100,000 customers, makes up about 50% of the commercial CMS market in Eastern Europe and its platform has been used to create high profile websites like the official website of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Sochi2014.com as well as the official website of the Russian Parliament.

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