New mobile SDK for iOS and Android with WebRTC support

2015-03-25 10:43:53
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We've been working hard to deliver new version of mobile SDK to our developers and now it's available! The first version of our mobile SDK didn't support some important features like video calls and peer-to-peer communication and had some design issues, the new version uses WebRTC engine for audio/video processing and supports all features available for WebSDK. We also simplified API, so new SDK isn't compatible with the previous one, but it should easy to switch - feel free to ask us any questions related to migration to new mobile SDK version.

CocoaPods

Since many iOS developers uses CocoaPods we have created VoxImplantSDK pod to make their life easier.

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New iOS SDK and documentation

New Android SDK and documentation

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