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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!

New mobile SDK for iOS and Android with WebRTC support

Mobile SDKWe’ve been working hard to deliver new version of mobile SDK to our developers and now it’s available! 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, 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 =)

Links

New iOS SDK and documentation
New Android SDK and documentation

Video calls support is available in iOS SDK

We’ve been working on many new features and updates for VoxImplant, during this process we forgot to tell that video calls support is already available for iOS SDK. Now you can make video calls between iOS devices using the SDK, or video calls between the SDK and SIP endpoints. We use H.264 video codec in the SDK at the moment, so it’s not that easy to implement scenarios like video call between mobile SDK and Web SDK (especially when it’s in WebRTC mode), but we are working on that.

Demo application and the SDK documentation was updated accordingly.

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Yep! Ads Real-Time Voice Communication To Let You Find New Friends Easier

Yep!Developers at Yep! chose the VoxImplant platform and Mobile SDK to provide voice and video support. They used the Mobile SDK and HTTP API to build integration. VoxImplant fulfills all the functionalities the app required using wi-fi and 3G data capabilities to deliver high-quality voice and video. The VoxImplant Mobile SDK allows users to make calls via data channels to facilitate fast and easy meeting arrangements and location details.

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